The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:
Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00832

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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~e M t Ilaboreto F'unc.1
so Held in Gaiiesville.

QOASTS WERE VERY GOOD.

er ettel Determined'to Give te
clation One of the Best Ban-
i Ever Held, and in This-Ho Was
slfut-the E leve Ball. '
lately the most brilliant affair
tind 'ever held under the aus-
) the.Eleve Assoaiation of East
Seminary was the twelfth an-
inquet of the society, which
ald in the commodious dining
, the Brown llo ^ Wednesday
when a large number of the
the city and State gathered'
the festive board, and were
to one of tlhe most elaborate
,ever seen in that hostelry so
for serving the good things of


aing room, under the personal
c f Manager Ettel, was neatly
efully decorated numerous
lanterns ab*o,4 the place
Sbautiful conrrist with the
of the surroundings and the0
. beauty of womanhood and
attendants. Manager Eitel
yopiately termed the occasion
to Fairyland," for the com-
ldid indeed resemble those
i n we haveso often'read.
auwas a most excellent one,
ared and well served by an
corps of waiters. Dr. Jas.
rnstry, Jr., acted as toast-
n a very creditable manner,
g the eloquent talent for
l has so long been famous.
the various courses, the fol-
lasts were spoken ;
Florida Seminary..........
... Prof. J. M. Gullliams
ary ............. .... ....
adet Captain Byron G. West,
.. ........... Jacksonville
and Today. ................
Aeut. H1. F red Smith, Jasper
oys ... ......
r. Chas. Lyach, Jacksonville
n........lion. Jas. E. Broonime
...... ..... ........... Q u inc y
Iarriso I Hodges was called
'oastnmaster i* instry, who
at no banquet or no function
eves would be complete with-
Iemarks by that distinguished
ent gentl eman. Dr. Hodges
in ant informal but a most
rain, thanking his distin-
slool mate of the olden times
ompliiiment which had beett
Dr. Hodges never fails to
is hearers, and in this in-
ere wits no exception to the
spoke for a few moments,
cokielusion, of his remarks
ihe applause of those pretecnt.
George M. Lynch, one of
prominent members of the
as not on the program, but
ter McKinstry, realizing his
a Speaker, did not spare him,
upon Capt. Lynch, who made
liant and interesting remarks
the Eleves and the Sami-


c of Senator Broome was es-
orthy of mention. lie han-
abject with enthusiasm, and
delusion took occasion to pay
* of noble women, the Daugh-
i Confederacy, a most flatter-
iment.
rctsea were concluded Thurs-
by a grand ball at -East
Iminary, in which all the
lety folks of the city and a
y from various sections of
icipated. There were pres-
fifty dancing coupler, arnd
"wee sma' hour" in the
id the young folks enjoy
in the Terpsichorean art.
I orchestra furnished the


said as a whole that the
th of the Eleve Association
t'ida Seminary have been
B most enjoyable and sue-
l history of either the hin-
he association:
strous Wrecks,
it responsible for many
ok and the same causes
-man wrecks of sufferers
ad Lung Trobbles. But
at of Dr. King's New
Consumption, Coughs
the worse easle can be
lsen resignation l no
Mrs. Lois Criagg of
lt. 6 of -the mACY
Saved by tr. King's
ThisApran4 remedy is
[ and Long
o.- .

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48L000


100 ,ASH PRiZ0
I i Prize, $ 10,000.


2nd Prize, $3,000.


4*-. M A ^tX? ct s ...... ....,










and Building Material,
_ Ci.1ll1,4T(ON, N C,


3rd Prlze, $1,000 I sash, Weights, Cord, Hardware


20 Special Prizes of $1000 ESTIMATES

Evq, *u8isc.bor to TIHE TWIKE-A-WEEK SUN will have an opportunity to share in.these magnifltcnt prizes if he
wishes t articipate in the Greatkducational Contest in which tlhse prizvs are given.
The subject matter of this Great Contest is the total vote cast for (Iovernor in the Statos of Ohio, Massachusetis
and J1wa, on the 3d day of Novemb(ir, 1003,
Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested in the election of these three Staties, as
much valuable information can ble gained by a study of the political colditious involved ill those elections.

CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONT1'ST.


Every subscriber who remits ONE DOLLAR, the regular subscription price for a year's subscriptions to 'I
TWICE-A-WEEK SUN, will receive a certificate that will secure for hinm ay prize which his estimates entitle hin
claim.
When you send in your subscription, also send your estimates of tho total vote for (Governor in tho throe St a
Write your name, address and estimate in the Subscription Blank below artd mail it to THE SUN, (laiuesvillle, la.
The contest will close at midnight, Nov. 2, 1908, and no estimate received after-thatl hour will be allowed.
official certificates of the Secretaries of the three States, showing tho total voto for Governor, will determine who
entitled to the prizes, and the awards will be made by a disinterested (Comumittee of promiiiont judges, just its soo0


the official flgutres can be obtained.

-Here Is the List of Prizes.
To the nearest correct estimator ... ...........$10,000
To the second nearest correct estimator ......... 8,000
To the third nearest correct estimitor. ............ 1 000
To the fourth nearest correct estimator ..........00
To the fifth nearest correct estimator ........... 200
To the sixth nearest correct estinmttor........... 100
To the seventh nearest correct estimator......... 50
To the eighth nearest (orrct. e('tintitor ...... ... 5.
To the next 12 nearest correct estimators. $15 each 180
To the next 27 nearest correct estimators; $10 each 270
To the next 933 nearest correct estimators, $5 each 4,662"
98Q prizes amounting to ........ .............$20,W000

The Following Special Prizes Will Also Be Paid
For the nearest correct estimate received before
De. 15, 1902 ..... ................. ...... ...... $1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter Dee. 15, and before Jan. 1, 1903 .......... 1,0(X))
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter Jan. 1, and before Jan. 15. .. ....... ......... ,I(X).
For the nearest correc estimate received 6on or af-
ter Jan. 15, and before Feb. 1 ................... 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate recitved on or af-
ter Feb. 1, and before Feb. 15 ..........1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter Feb. 15, and before March 1 .... ...........1,000(K)
For the nearest- correct estimate received oan or af-
ter March 1, anid before Marl .1. ... ... .... 1,000)
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter March 15. and defore April 1 ............... 1,000)
For the nearest corr'er estimate received on or af-
ter April 1, and before April 1M -... .... 1,000(

For the nearest correct estimate received oui or af-
ter May 15, and before May 1 ........... 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-


ter May 15, nud before JouL u Im ...................
For the nLunrest, correct es immte received one or iif-
ter' JTun' I, iud b 'fore .lu lo .. . ... .... 1
For the itar,,est. correct limnatlo received oi or af-
ter .Jimue 15, anid before J uly 1 ................
For the lteairst correct etimiato received oil or at-
terfJtily 1, lmid before 4Ju ly 15 .
For the to'ares t correctly esatiniate receive ol or if-
tor. July 1., uand before AUt. 1 ................... .
For tlt' item-art correct. (ttitiato roeeivetl oat or af-
toer Aut. I, itnd before AUg. 15 .. .......
For the nearest correct estinunate received on tor jtf-
lor Aug. 15, and before Smpt. .. .. -...........
'or tho eimna rut correct etttimituo rou.ved on oti: ai-t
ter Sep. 1, lanid before Sept. 15 .... .,
For th lie m'riu't eorreet esti minate received o(I or f-
ter Sept. 15, and before Oct. 1 ........... .
Total 1,0(() lY'ri(.s, amounting to....... ...... .-
iII set ot il t iet or thlut two or more estliImltors
tIquallly correct, prizes will be divided equainlly bett\
tliem..

VALUABLE INFORMATION,
'o aid in forming your restlimati we firnishi thi oI'l
figures, slowing tihe otel for (overtior in oacJi of f
States for the pa. l.teoyi yearsI, lta well ia to givio ti.4
voto foray thliev lir' State 'combinItd. The lot lt vO.t
thie three Sttates is foundt in the right-hand e;otinmiu:
Y eIr Ohio. Mt)Is,), Iowtlo '''T
19 91 ....... ..... 7t)5.112 S) 2 .1 ,50 -4:),2112 1 ,:i
J. 3 23. ,tl5 5 ,( 2 ,115,81H 7 1,100)
180)5 ......... 37 ,40l 82 121 401,34.5 1 ,5s
1 907 .... ... .... 1 l98.Hi 2t1),7)5 'I88,291)2 I .5I
1 HOO ............ is i :1159 290,16(1 *i3,t3 151 1 AK
10 1 .... I. 27,.,(1(1 1124.62(1 6 ll(),-18 ', I ,) 4
Whiat will )h the total voti. for (ovrnor in this. ti
Statsm comnbinl'd o(n 1the 3d day of Noveimiber, 1903?,
tire it out anid t.is.ld itn your cattiliatte's. It aity Il
$10,(XX) in cash to you..


CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT.
I hereby certify that the Press Publishing Association has deposited $40,00) in t l- Central Savirng lBank. ) Dti
Michigan, for the express purpose of paying the prizes to those making the'mearest, correct esthati.es of the Total
gregate Vote cast for the oiflce of Governor in the States of Ohio, Massaichusetts aind Iowa, on seli 3d day of Novern
1903) and that this fund can be used for no other purpose. .
to" 'or t .xr"R ( .


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I'P rolid (let,
Cjniral Havingsliar


Blank for Estimates Without Subscription
(Estimates 16 C0nts Each.)


PoIntofcl .C ........... ....... ..... ...............
Potitrat e. ........ ,......,....... .


. . . . . . . ... t a t e .. . . .. . . .
My l'atianates of vote fOcr (Oirnuior in tihe 3 Ktates

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REMEMBER that thoe CAPITAL PRIZE is 1O0,000, and that there are tO SPECIAL PRIZES of $1,000 each
EARLY ESTIMATES.
___,______ ... Send All Otders to THE SUN, Galneavill; Fli
............ .......


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E. M. HACiER, Prohrietor



SUMMER NORMAL, %11oANUE
44ommqg4 SPRt IN GS

NORIMA INSTITUTE' will ope.n on
Alonday, Junoe for the fourth asum-
Iller teIlrl, al(d coLtiinue twelve weeks.
Full normal uad cominrcial work attr-
riod. For particular address J.T H.
B1RI NSON, Galunesvilloe, Fia.


NO)IOI TO NON-Ill .S..DIEN,
In thee hotul, Court. Fifth Jtudiottl tiroilt
it Aolialut Lonty., viloria anlt itt ih ery,
N l o)trit iVisl vs. U., ltntu.- .tvor.oe .
It artul by lamlhahvl oulmdiot to the
The ill Illod I th<.e ihove satu l aiiUit i it U.
are lol thtt.'tnlwist0t 4re11 ttem i. tat e i, a
rohithiloit of the -Stto of FVlorkld. tinl 1dha
i li t)O0l iihdli t t.l rroai hl.s (WIshletlie more than
N|ixv da1 i tIspvetoittg thlioxlWtr of itulloatiollon,
atllid 'i eoWtsiuitt hIllUtixlir so that stai'vloe otan
not bI nittlei upolln hliO ilnd IN over the Itare of
,00)0 0 wo1ity-liiO Le..IiN; lt i t1(orofor, eordlord that
l d o l lotitdltt l li li t re
IWit tllrku t tot it)tplii' to lh hill of iloomplaiilAt
,000 leh i ?t.lul llUo'u oin or before ltoni'da.1, the
Ist ltay Uiof .i tU, A. A l).t, OtIltrwisO t1he ltt-
0.() llitthlittc of stid ilft wiIll im taiikein i" oolleX 4ed
by Sitd dore trihhllt.
rt Is uvt'ter om'dered thitt tihiM ortior ieo lih'l
;!0 XJ ]lslitbod I.tilO Iw wt l -(l tor f iour o lto 'kidtV0 w\oek l
Ito lel i uliesvllte Huna, n1 witl Wtm sot' Itubllslmed
I ,t ) liln tI It, C. INVINTON .l, eortk I.'tret, I court .
0I M0 Its, 1S. Wl)i W)t) 1). U.
( A trni (oil%-. of orlstiiil,
I.i I0, I)'NT(.tN, Clfhrk.
I ,(KX) ., Per Ii. WIi .,'s, t). C.
It. U, M ASON. Slill olt aorao tnnoi liallt.
I ,((X) NOTI.' I i OI,' I l 'TON.
,0 hoiri 'itNi, 1Tieho'li ( o.i o ilLf y I ) I 0() orif o AhOhtlitmt i tiouatv, I'lorhlti, d1li0 on th1 tl ill
....... t l AW rll, (1 I>. lixt1 tidltor tki by i v frtos o-f
X. t I) at o t'. t t tltlll itlt a td ow u t e l. "us tiate o f
Iot'Htrli, odtr iv ttiu4lm tl.tih L o e hold Ii Alas-
at t othiti 0oni nttliy, alo'trln, otn tll e ilt dtiy ofa J l .
ii., t. tlda, ll.tt u othlt il Wh 0ltt uto of Inltoxi-
ottoL i al ia lltlitU s, whliaor tworshnll he proihIlltd
in Ailhaia ( toiutll ly'lorhlail; La retir,01 ,
11ilultor anl by vtAi, ii (f >tl L.ttwn of lte'Stialt
orf 1"liorltua. noll I iS irebiy tIvo itu l lthie nuili-
eiu'd elotitori of A luthii on, utility i'lrldlit, that
itil uiotli, Li iolalmilel Wlit llnir ti La tle i ol li-U
ll ial I t yl ai;liit iliit it.l'i< ., W tltm(i t-' ieler h tti h i.tro-
ho! t) Iti ted i Alt atu n o i4.in..v will 1o tlho l id,, thq
4 everllt vot-ii .li t tadltoet in Aintll lluitl countyy oa
tot si i e 'V tu .t i )< i l. tt .1 o .hLI t 'tt iill tiLt t th M
uL for iisdIll i di L iitl Il t AwliiLt, Sutllilt."' Tim rtLti'il'i or fsail it leo.
n utll ui'11 It tilul(O i to L o.unlluty ( ulin6Tfon-
1lt). o1 i of Altlitiiul lo llllty witliil1 live ili .V ilteor
7.,II ,ilii tit t hloth i.
j J ( W tVlnI 4 i1v ilith anilld ilh l iail of )l o r t.'Cliulr
C7 Curt oithls t, 1ath lay of April, iIOil.
0,9.'2 I, (1. IMdUNTON,
., 07A; t'Clerk 'litill t ( tr(.tllmr i ii (,la'ork of the floiard of
f),07(l Comliuti I h oiiliills ihofsit .
2,. I NO'l'tIC')- 01 A1i'-11AJLCATU1t) M..O. TAX
,hree( DKnia l UNIM*H ymmIOtN H t' CJAOt'W iATK
Fig- iAs, LA.W ()tr 'k'VIA)I)DA,
noun1t0 Notto In hIlrtbOy rivoll tllt J, .1. WUaytrtisY ,
)irtio.ish rirf 'TIT ux .t'i iiUtoi NO. t11u,dast1 t thi,
4tli i(.,t O i ll ly A. IR, l1W ., hNll.tham elo Ittlit er tfl,t
cit4e it my llml.i. iald e itu1 4 urt.o ait l nltio n ilor
lixd tod itoi i) Isvsin tlii ietmlulioOe with liW. sla(li
.ortill..iii oC iellti(0ia ilna following dosiorihtd'
iproi oity ditatld hlit A laolititm ounti y. Morton,
roli tl, ow ii.
Ag. Nw i irf He4h less t t4krer.,.Sool S, T(i, II, .
''111e .;i ladil hbai M u sgold at i the dlte Of
llthalmnillgniOif tSlls o" iertlotate li thIie itlie
itf Diil Nel jn. Uttledoss isatli ertitllOit
%hall it( rlodOtiiimed w,.oordiitty toi law, ltix o4ed
will it itt tlhmerelo oti the istilh daty tf June,
A, UL 11),IWO.
Wlittmos i'm aYlIthull ihlnriattlre tiarid a.l thll
the stt ltday of Mayv A. l, l a)3.
11. 0. UDu',oC,
kik Clork (croult Court Altmutiat ouitty, -fiorlda.
S I'm H. I1. Wlemulo, DAo ().
N- N OR JI el v ILI(IATION'.
Ialld I, A .rl 07, .001 .
Notlhie lt hereoty tli!tvlln Vii the followingg?
iutti"t*I tanLtier tia flied a. tIe or hi IeInt,mlj|on
to inkiti liesanil iuattlti )'ton prof in Wiiti).ri't al
hlis eltltir, idt(l thtat atll proof will be miuid4 hoe.
foro fteu i ier'ird Itleoolver at.(ilttiivillel. IFla.,
i)n Jullo t. 1 at:.
CIIAIIKY A,. (jooiSury, of i( tiua, fll,
hd. lft. 4, for thel K4of oft )Lot I I (1 and 13of Seoo.
I J. P s m ., I.a) S K,.. '
l0(aittliaotthe frollowitI wssti*e"Wt(to in) vow
his eonittnuo()tm i r*sflti(oe upon ann/l ulnltaluoi
arm #)f lwijtlx lmol. vi "
,ohtl Cotlioru, etore (J(otheii'rn, of I atCroau,
Fl'ti; Jso tiiau Wftiwali, Vai), Wltirtii. of
i une, Fia. IoNMON. I Mter.

N Not'l5' lo therehty lveon that omi the l dlay of
June. A. 0). itI, t laeiitd to J4a1ayk to loi. H.
(0. MIU. O J, tAninty J1t#.i. of Atiiltl 5o0011inty.
l" a iorls1. at hst uftoi e 10 thq. ("ity ort Jatlt l .tl,
fotr suthurliti iVLolll tbitt uierttoli pimle, iiarltl
h for avi tratt Of iiil il tuolic Inr t bs Iiputy of- AAl-
ouhuS. In theI tiltil of I or t4B) iliOWJi asLS1Ot
Mie W In ttta towit of Wiln 4or .hi l t 1allaitners
S htretsfor, ontmlleOl r it ially tHowar'd MoWIb"
t [ mtoM 1r K.r oaZ. Ooketi whe b l'o *4 t .of 0,r
pow*,j" voyane tI* rpoorpwv
.. ab. tr t ary ft. rokeSt
IU. A. li'AT(.tlIJ "
Guardian lfor Miry K. CrokitlL,
(iainebtolyll, Mki.. Mayr Ma. .1. Iw
SAr oMniSrHATr6m'S .Iotm. "*o
Nostoolt hierebyralr thttt .1 Mnuths .sfTr
thn Ivot putlttllaOst loio he 1, ts> ttdntIOrIttiOt.tor
at the oteteof 3.l 1. p' i w fr litdsi*ol, w!lt
44l tlilthi4$
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M FORFEITUlRE

M :UPTUESDAY

Soivid A oding
swead Valuationas.

ERSIT'Y OF FLORIDA

to take Up Deficit
'Houses--Senate Passes
t Interest to' Shippers,
edings of Legislature.
SMay 29.--Senator Tel-
who has been working
|rane bill apportioning the
itufinr money aedordin to


luations instead,, of the era of a county. The salary of the judge
od, which isaccording to varies. In counties of less than 15,000
population it is fixed at. $1.000; in
of convicts in eachcounty, counties of from 15,000 to 50,000, it is
efeat this afternoon., by a flxid at $1,600; in counties of 30,000
H al3. He then spoiledall to 45,000, $2,000; in counties of more
work by moving to fecon- than 45,000, $2,400.
te by which the bill was The courf of record, as provided for
Tnder the rules, such a mo- under this joint resolution, has the
or until the next day, ex-. same jurisdiction as the criminal court
the last-week of the ses- of record had, and has jurisdiction of
point was raised, but it was all cases at law in which the demand
hour of noon, and it was or value of t.he property does not ex-
put the motion. Judge ceed ,$1000, and concurrent with the
ed that the motion be laid circuit court, shall have exclusive ju-
ble, but this failed. The risdiction of proceedings relative to
de b Sena'tor Stockton was forcible entry and unlawful detainer
'nd the further consideration of lands and tenements. There shall
was made a special order be no county court in any county
next Tuesday.. where a court of record is established.
r Peacock's bill to appoint a TThe circuit court shall have final
trustees for the State School appellate jurisdiction of all misde-
eaf and Blind at St. Augus- imeanor. and civil cases tried in the
,passed by the Senate and cer- courts of record. Courts of record
'the House, shall sit six times a year.
acekson's House bill to prevent Aconcurrent resolution introducedby
ting of section corner, township General Gilchrist was passed this morn-
or range trees, marked as such, ing memorializing the United States
-scribing a penalty, was passed. Congress to appropriate $50,000 to
g the afternoon session the deepen to twelve feet the channel in
passed several local measures, Charlottelharbor at Punta Gorda.
ing charter bills for 'the towns. Two idew' bills were introduced, one
rry and St. Petersburg, and a i by Mr. Willard of Alachlua, to define
11 to regulate the taking of food the time of occupational licenses to
oDm the fresh waters of Brevard liquor dealers where elections may be
V. 'held under the law providing' for dry


General revenue bill was passed
ertifled to the House.
Bill of considerable importaiice
Passed this afternoon, it being
itor Brown's bill, to require rail-
companies and other carriers to,
'Ip their flat cars used for carrying'
uber and timber with standards,
ports, strips, railings and all other


elections; also one by Mr, Roberts
of Monroe, to create and establish a
bureau' of vital statistics under the
Stat* Board of Health, with the State
Health Officer as registrar.
Under a suspension of the rules two
land grant extension billsowere passed,
one in favor of the Apalachicola and
Northern Railroad Company, and the


essary appliances necessary to other in favor of the Jacksonville and
safe carriage of such lumber anrd 1Tampa Bay Improved Railway Com-
bers ; to provide that the weight of( pany.
I said appliances to be included in the The following bills passed this morn-
eight of the cars; to provide pay of ing:
.58 per car for the shipper in case of House bill to empower the Counry
.efault; to go-ito effect January 1, Commissioners of Hillsboro county to
904. 4 appoint, an additional game -warden
The Senate also passed a-.ubstitute or wardens in and for said county.
or a House bill to provide for then di- 'H.nise bill fixing the comn pensation
sion of counties into road districts, of physicians serving upon commissions
nd for the election biennially of three of lunacy.
ad trustees, and to prescribe their Ho90e bill to amend cect ion I of
duties and powers, and for levying, chapter 4071,- Laws of Florida, ieing
collecting and disbursing district road i a(s entitled an act defining thi liae -
'taxes. iltista of railrov d companies ii certain
Mr. Wall's bill, making an annual aaes~ approved May 4, 1891.
appropriation for the University of likise bill giving county judges the
Florida, at Lake City, to make u a power to hold inquests of the dead.
deficit, caused by shrinkage of interest House bill to amend the law relating
on certain bonds, was passed. %* to holding political primary elections,
Mr. Finlayson's House bill to regu- giving cities the right to hold Dem-o-1
late hunting of deer, turkeys and other cratic or Republican primaries.
wild game in Lafayette country, was Senate bill to prescribe a penalty !or
also passed. receiving money or goods u;ider prnom-'
The bill of the committee on finance ice to perform certain labors or ser.-
and taxation, 'eltting to licenses and vices and falling to perform said ser-
taxes, or a division of 'the general vices.
revenue bill, was passed. House bill to prohibit the shooting of
An important bill passed the Senate alligafor in the Tomoka river.
to pay George Lewis, trustee, the Ho,uBjbill to provide for tihe investi-
amount of certain bonds issued on gation of diseases ambng domestic ani-
July 7, 1862, in accordance with an cr- mala antd to prevent the 'spread of
dinance of the secession convention, contagious diseases among such.
with interest thereon, amounting to Sente i bi" for the relief of J. N.
$17,000. "This is one of the claims Thomas, one of the principal., and N.
against the Indian war claim fund, the B. Rh6odt, P. HI. Collins and George
bonds and interest having been reoov- Walker, itreties, on the ball bond of
Vred in the recent iettlemrent witb the Charles Bonard and J. AM. Thomaf, or
government. tbeitr .. earance in the criminal
The Senate also passed what is court of record for iillsibro6 county,'
,.known as the House IHope bill, of a State of- Florida. .
similar nature to the Lewis and Wailes ,Senate bill deflnjig who are enmi
bill. The title ofirheeIHope bill 'is as' grant agr Ont presithbing tax of W$k
follows: J J itheresoniso prodding a penalty'.
"An act to provide for the payment.i House 61 4 o wrovilde for the restore
.f warrants issued by- the comnptroller stidn to a t~ f jttdicial sanity of
f th o State ot klurida, undef chapter persons who ha been prviously ad.
175, laws of this State, for service 'judged iinahe.,
ndered to the State by voluntary., A-meohflorl (ongres aking fr
impanies with the approval of the an apprrlati.A';ordr-edgdng and ian.


cy dros
Ml OGivces prormpt'le n
Malariaz andmaris
lAlntes'+ Cuwjrl^ivig me~i4Ptl4


aria g.rms.
all fora of
ve for th o:|


tilitnie in the year: 18 AA And which
warrantstahave beeO approved by the
eonmisaionqr -Apposnted under the
supplemental act of 1889 chapter 9
'Lxwe of FIJ~da, to 03aamlna,..1apiaPove
or iejei4 tht a d, a hr tled with the
ecomrp ,r,,the Sttce, and now in
th cuttody <*the State Treasurer,
a M $Pn.intheHosae, a
Benate jint resolutions 823, propee-
atnaendrente to pertain seotons of ar-
tiole So 4the Oonstitutiomn, relating to
the courts occupied a portion of the
morning session of the House for
its consideration. The resolution pro-
vides tfol changing the name .of
criminal -courts of record to courts of
record. Such court may be establish-
ed by the Legislature upon a petition
of the majority of the registered vot-


have already commenced work: along
this lii e.
Late Saturday afternoon Col. Robt.
E. Davis, representing the liquor in n
of Alachua county, served notice on
Dr. T. F. Thomas, chairman of the
Board of County Cominissioners, that
on Monday he 'would apply to Judge
Wills at Starke, in the name of S. V.
Duke, against the BoAtrd % County
Commissioners. for Alachud county,
for an injunction restraining the
board from counting the ballots and
declaring the result of the wet and dry
election to be held in this county onl
June 2.
Following are the five grounds upon
which the injunction is asked :
First-That the petition presented
to, filed, considered, and acted upon
by you as the Board of County Com--
missioners upon which you call for said
election were not compared by you as
a board with the registration books of
said county, and the question of ascer-
taining whether or not said petition
contained the signatures of one-fourth
or more of the registered voters of the
said country was not, ascertained by
said board in either its aggregate or
corporate capacity,
Second-For tho reason that the no-
tice ordered by the said Board of
County Commnissioners of Alachua
county to be published at least 80 days
prior to the day' of said election in ono
newspaper of each and every town in
the said county has not been com-
plied with in that such notice huts not
been and will not be published ini a
newspaper published in the town of
Hifgh Springs, in said county, called
the Hornet, for said period, the 80 days
prior to such election.
Third-Blceluso under the law of the
State of Floridat no method is provided
for the registration of nil or any per-
sons who may desire to vote at said
election and the qualifications of voters
at such elections are not prescribed
by the Statutes of this State.
Fourth-lBecause thI instructions is-
sued by said board to the inspectors of
said election they in and by it specify
that only those peracejs who have pnid
theirpoll tax for the years 19(X) and
1901 on or before the second Saturday
in October, 1902, shall be qualified to
vote.
.Fifth-Because the form of the bal-
lot prescribed by the said board is con-
trary to law in that both the atllrmia.
tive and negative, towit "For Selling"
and "Agaitirt Solling,'' tare printed
on tho ballot and the said ballots werte
printed for and furtlishled by the said
board to ble used at the said election as
the official ballot there for,
proving the channel and harbor at St.
Petersblrg.
Mr. Watson's joint resolution -pro-
posing an amend mnent of section 10 of
article 0 of the Oonstitution, to'pr-
nut cities or towns to exempt manu-
facttring plants froni taxtltion for a
period not to exceed five years, was
passed by a vote of 49 4o 0.
The House has defeated fen.ator
Carson's bill to authorize Boards of
Public Insatruetion to provide free kin.
dergarten instruction. This bill was
endorsed by a number of womon' or.-
ganlzations of the State.
A CosttvMItake.
lBlunders r(e sometltme very expen.
sire. Oc.ttionally life itteJf is'the
price of a mistake, but you'll never be
wtong if yo'a take Dr. King's New Life
Pils for dyspT"pi.- 4dizziness .lead .
ache. livRer or boWfel {roubles. They
are g.TnUt yet tlwretah.2(, at all drug
stores. .
ire provemnents on Oardrn Street.
Superitisiden;t ot tree. Work Da-
vie is ni nuly e?gagn4 in repalripg
O.ardeat /tHreat, whith popular thor-
eoughifa..t sa needed the ttalion to of


jthe rt a rt~Riinitwt foe tover*l days
past. wthas sale(titivia *nuelm
god work has beeo Mieoplitsped on
(he Oioroughfares *of Gaaosillvc.

S* ** Tf **i al" blots,
Ta-e 4aat Br. QiSan bl.
AJ1 druagijfe retunwr4 tlw o u eit If


1', 19 3 ,


7j


'Meatnwhile, the colony around A .da- ,
ley Is greatly excited. The police The negro leaves a wife and t o
who have boon working on those nurde children.
mystery believe that If the man named
by Ilefferndata did thoe shooting he waas WILL HOLD ALL-DAY MEETINQ;i
mistaken In bhi man-t-'hat hoe really -
._ _-.. i- t l _- -... ... i .... rD< ~ \ 7 .L n ~ i i ~ i.


n eant to Kin some one else ata newo-
Ing Heffernman dilnmly In the dark with
a woman on the club terraces, took
him for the man he may have suwpect-
od.
MaxmillUlaM n I9and, by whom Ht-
ermnan was .nployod a" oobhmnui, Is
quote "Tho conchmain could not have been
linme(lf vwhen he made the accusation.
He wa-s dying and could not be e*-
pected to lpeal calumly or even correat-
ly.
"BeOides, tMhe men ns-nied by Heifer.
nian was In the rrowd that gathered
after the sJxts were heard, lfn the club
house and Was one of those who eatr-
rred Ileffouermn,n from thti spot where he
fell to thre r'oillm'o'id station to be tu5reht
d by the physnt.lan."
SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
National Encampment To Be Held at
Now Haven; Conn.
Wn`"',Ington, May 28.--';olon(el Will.
lami 1rol, of tihe Spatnblnh War Vet.
erans. n'inon ied today thnt the na.,
tionaiu <', amunpmre.nt of the oortgnilzation
this youar would be ho il In Now Haven,
COonn. Th. slit,'' of the inreamipment


*I 0EII3Ol U1.11.io YV9.IT q VT III U'-4A; IhI' e''
Success of' Prohibition..
On Tuesday, June 2d, there will be
held an all-day prayer and devotional;.
service at the WV. T. U. reading I
rooms, beghinmig at 8 o'clock Inn th'.
I morning and oelmilg at ( It thel eveil'in :
ing. Different lenders havo boeen ap
pointed to take charge of each hor"
d(luring the (Jay.
The service will he hold lii the inter-
ost of the tlemporanime work ar1 our:
county and all friends of thne cause2t
both ladies aind geil ntlemen, are cor"..
ditally invited to be present at som6'l
-hour during the service.
*irho following list of leadore wtil.
have charge at te hon hlurs ntIentionedt
8 to 0 a. in., Ohris. MN lhwson r ; 0 to 10,.
n. i,., Mrs. Stairk v ; 10 to 11 a, m., raiev.
T. I, liny: II to 1 a. mi., MaJ. W L"M.
Floyd ; I o 2 p. ii., It. W, J. Carpoen
tor ; 2 to 3 p, in., Mrs. A. J. Ca('Oosta;
13 to ,I p. in Mrs. W Ca(irpenter; 4 .
to 5 1). mn., l rs. .)ora ( romnwell ; 50 to .
'l n., Rev. J.I B. liolhy.
RULING OF JUDGE WILLS, |


have %iot TlIsbn fixte defl.4ily, ht OnlyO Cses ofthe Jail Birds to ome00
It will xpecled that r 'vlde.2 I 3 e. Up at Special 8esslon, -
velt will attend the encamnpm'nt. The Circuit court to convt I. here or the'
cities which were ctandtllatiw for the lothi < rJino will riot bhe over-biurd one~
en(.ltmipmlent were Cleve-land, Ashetille, with tihe oriminitl bimiinrous a was .ati'
N. C., an.1- New h.aveit Omnt. The fIrst suppoid.
council of administration voted then An order froi .tudgo WWills ths e
for Cleveland, three for Aahovllle and newly-eleeted judge for this 1ArdRl|i
svvOen for New lHaven.
The councl was impelleod to select gae ol.t tie inf orn f)inm ti:t*
an evastr+ fifty for Its onfampment w"h ""ny ha O r th t -.:
thIs year becaimso f th d (lerIr next year thne n held In St. Louxa. li.4 hlis further tatl ed In liii over
t- at witnmessns who were to appear
Choate Coming to America. here for the cases that are out on bond
Londoni, May 28.--A erowd of frienimes could renm1in Itat homen, asm nothing but
&aslaembldcd.At Wtaterloo atilroad wtatifon tl he foregoing huimesss wostild translpirtA
here todniy to bid farewell to Amabas.a. during the opeeial session.
dor (Choatc, who lo making a flying .
trip to America. Mr. s M.cCormlck, the Gainesville Victorious.
American aminrssa(d>r to intusla, and 1 The Wtaldo aggregation of juivelnle
Senator Scott are fellow pAssengo4 e ofi bnoball players visited tJine It.y yos-
Mr. Choate's on the North Gernmsn torday for thlu purpose of n mmting the.
IAoyd steamer Kronprlnzi Wlhelm, *kid" players of thi city. They
which sailed from Southampton sho orosTsed fat. at the park and the weors
ly -fter I.noon rtultu.d In a victory for ains~ivhle of
Skies Rained Fish. 0 to 2.
rn't(Sari-,nalem, N. C., May 'S.- M it' U
Thapirtlon of this country lying 6 --. ;
mtles v O.,t of this city wais vialted by !romer ni tv vlrtut r tt t.ie'the it, t yf td,rW Ita ly.
one of the nost rt'Arr kat le and do4 iPi i, A i1 # tt(h l 1et 11yy orf ? *e uaa alutfolr'irm ibin d h ea l tin' tr14 Jrmcit of ttei (tIru'.ti 41-rlt ;
truck tive bhail iitorml within the mer orl I t OP6 r tafo n, ti ,outi, LaIti,
ory of the p eldtnt" Inhabhltitum t fIt Iis lhr.rcer)W (iftUsif' thIrtfl Ki, Wr>I'i Witflne *hmi
doubtf4lt it this storm was ever 'equal, wltitjMt*x< o led in th s or any oth.r e,(t.on for ,iTt .e,.e sit
sIze .of thie tuil tones a- In ii he pbh- 'at11 fnA, ei Wt, ,r ., ,,m,' e.n -, ftrr "-
s'lhnaxtra that nmal~l llh -i porch variety. t,) th. h ll1 huri a ,M
fell with th mall ad ome woreo iof ll Aljs oltkih ti.'rt ,CI tu. 1 ilmrn4
oled in the stones., .hekets full of ftour"eJ ".1 6 i-
hallstonme we're bro:tnlt 'itO the city r n l 1iL,, I fit
litU. mornfng anl re ,of themm after Ijr rs w a'. t kw
3.0W19 in ith4n tha, t r6lhoWod in. theb< "td.. LW. V
t~iarmm tamr+ alt ti1jlt, measured 14' ;lA .2*n ,t o. i 4 10, 4 of 4
laeheb. in eJrcurnmf ance an4, we gi$ ieN0, l-O oNr9 .A t+N-1
,ue each. --.a:'-1 4 .' a r '
*4 ,t0 ':a i4 ,I ,- on,
:- Blmt. o ,. c o e : e "r- of -W & a l t OiS e _

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WHISK PEOPLE TO

MAKE STRONG FIHT

Will Apply f Io I tion Before
Judge Wills.

ENGAGE AN EMINENT LAWYER

Use Five Grdounds f ObjeCtions In
Asking for the Injunction in the Can-
vassing of the Returns for the Wet
and Dry Question.
The whiskey men have decided to'
fight the legality of the coming wet
aud dry election, and w ith this end in
view have engaged counsel, which


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1 ACCIDENTALLY HE
Sff"m. Alf Mortem Slatement
impl~qtm Leac!ing Club Man.
Wa LOSES HISLIFE
Vw Brk, aUy ..s.--whe 3t bo. 1LO lllO IrC
came known that John 0 fttfermam, who --
wa 1hot o t the !t.Wia ot the ATdsley
etWbea zrgiAn, lt 8 im ight. Was Crushed as He Fell Prom the
hab made a adteaimentt before he die*d. Tender of Enuine.
iMtamina a promintbeSt member of the _
club au the mtn who hu hor bm, th COLORED BRAKEMAN VIOTIM
ITeatc< doubt wt* expressed by tlhe
roople of Tarrytown arid vicinity.,
It could not be possible, they all one or More Oars Passed Over His
sald, tihat a man .of Sueh sodlal xpost- Mangled Body Before Accident Was
ton ago the one nased was tie slayer, Discovered by the Train Crew in
and It was tacitly aived among the
club iezuiboet an+t the owners of vfl- Charge.
lit around Ardsley-on-th-lHudson, to (.Oi of ;t*h umost mangled bodies
guard his natme with great e.ecccy. ever wrecked by ia train was the o e
IBut the fact w a brought out lIst of Elli VWhler,a brakeltrn on the
n('Iht before Coronet ltursell at the ito L11ti'e Coas tt running between
intluest thaut such a tatermuet was..
made y btleffum a statement he di akelaed nd itild JaTksonuvill,, which hap-
and the0 coroner aidjoumued the lno q et Pened on last Thuriday evp.ningK as the
until Thursdlay, whlot he will resume northbound train wias pulling from the
the hearing of t.atiinmoy on the prein- station of Rocliohe.
lacs of the Ardeley club, la view of the I Ito had jumped on tihe hack of the
scene of the imurdior,. 'tnder to the engine nd whilc Ltheo o-
Dr. DerIts1n. of Ar-daley, who was comotivti was illn motion hlia ftootloltl
the first lphystcian called' to attend he slippediand he fell lotwe n tlhe car
wounded co:tchmau, said ou the wit- and was nIangled almost bey il reo-
ness stand: ogition,dyingin ashore timethore-
"Tlhere Is one other thing Hleff ermalitio rt t t
maid to mr lbeforo le becanmeoi uiicon- i after.
selotln, adul I feel It my duty to tel! t lHe informtnd his wife, however, that
here. 11y said that no recogi A this waslntot0the easte and that Ite had
his assallAnt aa ai prominent imen r stopped between (tlho~ ars, when the
of th club1111." oninigave oat bmpl and knocked hlnt
Dr. Lenii+Kon had told of his asking down, as his foot had enright in the
the wouti;t .td man how he was whot frog of the switch. Tho statement of
and, of landing him to Dolmyb Ferry eye witnesRes, however, failed to oear-
hospltal, and lie added the statement robiorate this, and the coroner' Jtlry
".Jut given as if with reluotAnce. Coro. ,nlpaield by Justioe Tucker untllIdly
ier Russell did not ask him to reveal xnorat the train ucew fro nil
ee name xonioratud the trai n crow from.-any
AleB jnai i.


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FRANK .DAMS ..'' O lo tw -' It THE SCHOOL OK L

-l! I# Iosnor &osRMl be a o -t f ie I i f at T m: T*e So today pruit b in f ill the 'n
ar4d e'ere regre$ Zo 'ery e2fe C r ".ieve ia th( Istegrity of her citi- fora shool book bill introduced by
r treie o od hi,.er Alseuki emtj r .to, otee ~ip and ths it SO .D salds wi mow
m#40 aI A^ cn.me sa.week b y a p U Wofberlt mlo teho o wd ly os in the State o
___________=~ -t- ----6 .aec pre--adoby-ine-and omen proSatet
Usr 111111111 iy Ytniomibsy_ T bred a_______ __ait_ aI .resi (eeasIy -etifed with the edat ional8
st Gleafral FIse he $ge Sen fte it or4 and a A ROOSaLT AND *THE O1IO iuateee^ o ida. ct
a h o today its reognitra .s e. of he CO VENTIO. e Tbb e meure is declared to be one of




^..... t e liaeiigle. .charaeried by sie e ity of per.. ee. s.t naet xenth, shall .edoue Mr. I-an-d ean e teh t the, otld mea

Local adte"jr t4eens 15 c aM Pne the wit whoi n e has be a m a t o be stilled by the oo
tiaal insertion. di-d se ..t... a.. hel are n C u ..........etor Foatk would mean that the citizen wio
cnutu aplyrn x af Ax e t- u eno relylear whether the purie of t~e o plete etOi ,fnewwks Tfor

*_. Oitrie_ 5 eena lin.o .
'rbirs ees aa suzz. ignorua e i' ds;*: or to pot Mr. Ban its an uneomfort-:
epable bau tewp16 erthatinoma- ble no for something of a WHITE IMMIGRANoTS WANTa.


-er de"minat. t- a 2 ;- speak for ths eopwe C this comm t ws not entire sisf ry to The New Orleans Pieayune ann
__ f_ _ot, him. SthIW there ma be re asos for Hou, to Pmot are on the right track in
O O -CrVC =.T A very few days ago a body of the po'tion taken by Mr. Han" extoiihg the advantage offered by e
tb. St&i and the aThk ca-W eet Gain ille cirizrns, ".together with the Wat do rnot appear on. the surfaced the pSoi to white im miglnts, partie-
(. ,World a eyer .._ ti .mem~bers of the board, of trustees oif le rays tt he does not w t hiarly to wuch a make good arm work-
.singl, --. y







Wekly S onstittihe A ;n a e(ar .. j Es Fh!rld l-Semienar. appeared: the tate convention of his ers ard industrial workmen. The
eel Cao) b *efore the joir:rt committee on sat ppro- party to dorse 'Mr. oeeti for- .IuhIE' StaII hive a remarkably
u Su .n and xtbe ACtia<^ a

Semi-Weekl ourntne er. tion of the. Legislature now in 4 bee.e he is a candidate for e- sma foreign-born population--a much
S- a. the Sd "mi-We-y etoi a Tloe t o parent the election o. te Seate and also be- ll percentage than is good or
Thae -Unioa o* d o ar. "*t 3r claims of this institution foreornidera- Ula eong chairman of. the Republi their material upbuilding. pumerical-
tert. ocan National Convention, the fact of y there is a redundancy of negroes for
There are 3J68t percu s Hying i the Ably these gentlemen spoke of the his State being pledged more than a ia boreri, but the agricultural and in-
Titd States who are aompi and asked for a year in advance of the meeting of the dutrial condition of the South today
n e ormod uyear so greatly in exies ofr any convention mit embarrass him in attets all too plainly that this class of

Ulnle Sam 'employs nearl 7? y o- asked for in the pal t. that even these the di lchare of his duties, s. Besides, labor cannot be or is not being utilized
men in he various departments at enithsasts weile to some extent be sys, there may. be other candi- to the adequate development of farm,
Washington. ba.ihed. Yet. t the close, when the dates fo the nomination before the m ill or mine. The negru needs white
w" he w a rest were through, Frank Adam roe meeting ,f the national convention. teanual competition. At his present
One pond'of whed woo prodes nd in tones that carried atolute con- In speatig of other candidates he rate of manual retrogressio he press


inches wide. 'Sled and the whole amount. If the positiverly that he isn't a candidate ern development.
..e.into 1 sales were to be turned they were now, and will not be, for the nomina- There is no doubt that, as a gen-
The Hist a was *dali ** ineitghFrane i4nda f e eoinA




te .ft .rned at that moment, and wha tio eral pposition,the negro laborer is
orre than 0OptrHn bright a new cents a eh il,
oyear-ne th a brght neery ma be the final feof the appopria- There is o doubt that Mr. Roosevelt steadiy growing less atifactory. He
rst yeine a p he for every m on bill, in that bill as presented by the choice of a reat majority of the can work if he will, but it is the excep-
om the ned Stte this committee is embodied every dol- Ohio republican but be might not tion when he does not work indiffer-
The Mormons hare been requested lar and every cent asked for. be a year hence. Ir. Roosevelt might ently. In this connection we note a
ee Germany, nd if the ormons Andwithout the slightest diparage-become unpoplar in his party before movement in Baldwin conto, Ala-
Swie, they will sprint for the f met o an other man-and the sen- the time came for making the nomi- bma, to etablih an extensive 'white
tierbefore nythinge -lsr hao ei fto ator ard a representative cf Alacho nation" It that event Ohio Repub- man's colony," to be supported by ag-
tter before anythngwere on thea committee-to one man an would occupy a rather embar- riculture and varied industry. There Is
____more than to any other belongs the ras~:ng position. nothing of the cooperative or other

The largest bottle ever blown has credit for'this work, an4 that man, is There is of course ground for sus- theoretical feature about the plan, the
Jit ben made at the Illi las Frank Adams. picion that Mr. Hanna is not friendly idea being simply to cure competent
wor at Alton. It s a wine bottle, o much for the Gaineville side. Ito Mr. Rooeve, though he ays he labor, which it is denied the negroe
seven feet high, and was made for a From the broader standpoint of hon- expects that Mr. Roosevelt will be aford. A call is being made for im-
wine exhibit ety and higher civic pride a greater nominated. It is known, however, migrants from the Northern States.
i ---- injustice has been done. Here we find that the trusts are not friendly to Mr. and Northern Europe on most liberal
It may be true that Sir Thomas Lip- a native Floridian, a man who by hs Roosevelt, and it is believed that some inducements. In various parts of the
ton's real motive in the yachting con- brain and brawn, though young in of the most prominent of the Republi- South there are already white colonies,
teets is to advertise his tea. but no.- years, has demonstrated through his ean leaders would like to see some the field aud other manual work of
body can say that he is not very liberal enerp y and ability the possibilities of other man nominated. Mr. Platt had whih is performed exclusively by
with his dough, the newer, the greater Florida, who Mr. Roosevelt nominated Vice Presi- white immigrants, and these garden
__has demonstrated through his success dent to prevent him from being nomi- spots afford a striking object lesson in
How long do you suppose it will take the possibilities of his Statr who nated for another term as Governor of comparison with the usual appearance
a telegram to encircle the glob# whrn occupies the second highest office ia New York,hoping that his public ca- of rural communities in their section.
the Pacific cable is complete? Just 40 the government of our commonwealth, reer would end with the close of his Thq" are as veritable oases in a desert.
ueSonds. What wdil this now swift who, should the present chief executive term in that ofice. It is not improb- The South needs more of a desirable
world bee i A years? die today, would be our governor to- able that there is a movement, un- class of immigrants, whether from the
morrow, who possesses the mot sin- known to the public as yet, to prevent ural regions of the North and West or
The cattlS kiWg of the western plains erre regard and respect of his po- Mr. Roosevelt's nomination, and that fromtheold world. They will here find
il passing-away fo ever. A few years y sti;al,busi0essalid personal associates, the proposition to have the Repubi- more favorable conditions for their
ago there were nearly 100 millionaire made the target of silly but none the .ans of Ohio edorse him is intended material advancement than elsewhere
exelus ve cattlemen in the southwest. les armil and thoroughly unjust to defeat t. .1f such is the case there in the United States, and their coming
Now there are but thirty. criticism is a probability of a very interesting will incalculably benefit the South.
SyIt is not the purpose here to ?nter fight in the Republican State Conven- They should be invited and made wel-
Ten yeirt ago *th expoartms of at into a discussion of the merits or de- t o Ohi.-Savannah News. coe.-Constitution.
country to suth Africa we re .- merits of the Lake City charter bill. This country invented the parlor, = --
arth With its passage or amendment Frank leeping nd dining cars, the pressed- Your ncle Samuel is a mighty fine
and the figure for th currt Adas had no more to do than did the steel freight ar, many of the best fellow. He has recently raised the
S year ahow continued iereas, lhumblt citizen of Alachua county, features of the modern locoot ire, the pay of the 1,7(Oemployes of the Chi-

During the past year ,5 ocon'-- lave that together with the other thir- airbrake, the automatic coupler, and cago postotice and added 253 new men.
a washedrall of the men have been given
POiveswee on.traed at the H ty-one members of the Senate he voted a host of related devices and it runs h Mo manle of the n have been given
Loeomotiie .Works in Philadelphia. I 1r both the bill and the amendineiet, the fastest long-distance trains. an advance. of e10 ryear.
Of this number 93 were s.nt abroad i tho proposed by the senator from .'- ^ .... .
The value of the 1.~. egis was ake City. He was in no manner A locomotive requires 27,.a i foot a J. Pierpont ilorgan is taking the
LI, i. coietd with any concern in Lake pounds of energy to lift it one foot. "rest cure" at Aix, Fra.ce, says
..Ciy, the purchase of whose utilities According to a new system of tests de- the Atlanta Constitution. 'Tis awful


'What do people do on Sunday that hav' btein discussed, nor had he been vised by Dr. Sargent of Harvard L.ni- to speculate on what Johnny will do
iake etlemB so crot the Athison Globe. In many cases it Itut, however, it See-s that the at- strength itn thirty minutes to lift a lo- thoroughly rested.
maybe the result of being awakened tack was bawd on the fact that Sena- comotive clearoff the track.
from a restful fiapj qy the snging of tor Adams voted for the incurable in- Starting in a small way fifteen years
t ore doxoloty.i sanity divor-ce bill, and the kernel of A big sanitarium is being built at ago Chicago's municipal electric .ight-
t_ e-doxology. dthe animus of the whole article is Alamogordo, New Mexico, especially. ing plant, now the largest in the
SFoodeaten without appetite always found in this excerpt: "But if Mr. for consumptives. This place has world, has, according to itscurrent re-
causes gastric disturbance, because '.dams is guilty we are not surprised been -designed as the best in the port, paid for itself anrd has $135,000 to
unless the setretaUry glan is of the at it-we remember him in eonnectHoin world for the cure of tubercular dis- its credit.
stomach are stimulated Iby a desire for with the Flaglei divorce bill." This cases. ..
Food no digestive juices ars extruded matter has been threshed over time ------7- dare l Infant mortality i' something fright-.
Sinto the stomach. nid time again. It is perhaps sufi- In New York, no one dare seij fil We can hardly realize that of all
9.i7. .i-ent to tay here that after this vote unles they have a liense..; the children born in civilized coun-
One factory in Ohio turns out a hu- wa east Mr. Adanms was returned to There must not be more than 1, i tries, nearly one-fourth die before they
dred million tinished inatehI each .,the Senate by the unanimous vote of 1a box and the retail dealer must have reach one year.
tweatty.fou- hurs. Fifty million feet his people. Atnd by way of parenthe- his name and address on each box.
of Iti`nber is used annually in the ,is it might, also be remarked that this Armior & Oo ett toJ make an The sealing steamers are retiring
United statess in th+ mt nnuractuir ..of wftuil big bugaboo did not prevent the annual saving.of 4lOIX00 by establish.- from the ice fields and all report an
ma- tchesh a'n industry which gives amu- t'-eleetion of the sBnator from Ala- ing wireless telegraphie comiuica- unusual large haul. "It is thought
ployment to aine fifteen thoti.and eu. (0 bctweer ther Chicago office andJ 3AX't seals have been taken for their
people. -'I n nugh of all 'this I if a difference bester b h his. hide.
ofo iiiti lt t is ece ary for ......
The..buireauof soils of tile agricui- the jouritalistof today to asuine all The Inieriea le drank mote New Chapter Organied.
tu~ral department now hs -a force f that i, iniquitous in those that difer, than .i, 000. of eotfee l&t A new chapter to be known as the. 3.
o.vr 100 persons, seventy-live of 'who." t.hn may the prves of'..Florida *well, year wt..ith nt irlt$ outside of 'iley Chapter, U. D. C.- has een
' ; -had a scien~tiffe training It. _bjet,,.el that its day of degradationU has the cereal0d1i #k ertisewmnts. I "a"itZe uo h.;,1Otbtnowathe caditiofts ,11.4", 40 .res, e d hat iis t' e tor f ts atiow boast of two chapters. r Mr.
o th soils of the op.tats 'give pedestal of power by _utragyd'4 bb Ove' ( blssae is etr 'e anroomerhas 1?. eltactl4 fie
be phiopl preegand trate knowl- :in. year The ;t.et be:mw-er te'4 .Mr 1 : Ti r, Thiesew
"MIe V xTa'a' a 'i*:.. k. . -- -


"intixthivt One of IM


WjE AWARDING OF P 2 Z

Two Handome Gold Meda.s W,
Priesited t 'ADawrving You- ,
di*es, Wi. Interesting o B-c
Awarded to Other Students.
Sessi l-4M, one of tch. *
school yeartsof AMissTebeau' p.
mnd Mia School. closed is. uru *.
at ion Fidjr.'* The examina i,.. .
held duringlte receding w ,.
were interesting ad satifae.. -
The pupils mentioned L. ,-.
awarded prizes for obedience.:
ality, and diligence in dis.':-,
luty: '
Belie Sadler iteeired the i:
ihe "star-medA."
Miss McO10U4, .having c.
the full co lf'literature ar,-.
mtia req by the S*:'
ceived the "*tseolarship r eda.
SFraser Thomas, Islay Edd,:..
Swearirien. Loiland Fagan a-r.;
MeCormriek airi made hap;r, -'
wards of interesting books.
NO STRYCHNINE IN1 HIS STCVA;

Widow of WilRy Tanner Release-
ter Coroner's ir.nquest-
Gaies ille, Ga-, May .- ..-
Dorsey : eurnea Lst n -
CUnchema d .Btrict, were .
been all day making an inv,.*:..-,
into tde a uthx o '. Wiiey TaLL-. -
aied under sispicious circus t-
Saturday iast.
Many wiaeses wee swo:a '-
the coroner s ;Jry and the en
was coansute, tryiaLA t ao '-.
facts in tJle ca-e. Dr. k A.
oce of the pthysilian who a-a..
Taaner'k s-to.ach yesterday, -
that he fouad no evidence o
nine in it.
Mrs. Tanner, wife of the youJS
who died, -ias heraell sworn ,An
ed, to retelv-cng 10 cents' wo-ur
strycnia. ftrom a Gaixnesvibie Ira:
which she swore she purchased Lt
a dog and tor which purpose Le t:;
oc was use...
She denied that she had c--.'i
to poisoning her husband, Lt.hu .
e.ra1 witnesses swo.e that s&h ah1
ed ia answer to questions inm:.,.
ly atter her hebais d"a death t-a.
had done so.
No evidence was brought ou-*
&he and her husband haA ev'.r i
reed or had bitter disagreemnw:ts,
on the oth- eLhand it was sahoa
they had lived apparently ha,..Y
gether.
After hearing frou all the'e ,.:
the coroner's jury rendered a '
to the effect that Tanner came t,
death in a mannei- unknown to
jury, and the recommended that
body be exhumed and his sto:
bladder and kidneys be taken by
coroner to the state chemist aad
lyzed by him.
Mrs. Tanner, who has been kii
der guard since the former 1nu0
was released Loin cuutody by the
oner.

GREAT MAP OF U. 8.

To Cover Over Five Acrea at W
Fair--Uniqute Exhibit
St. Louis, May 29.-At the sout
5- 'e -yf the hill that-fronts the
i; tie exhibit, the department o(
c- Uuro Is nahlng a map of the
e- States, to cover fvare and one
ac "s of ground. Considerable
already has been done here by
A. Bro3ie, superintendent of te
air exhibit of the bureau of pla
dustry of the department of a.
ture. who has been in St. LouIl
early rprting in charge of the
project.


Mr. Brodle and his asatatAnt
borlously drawing 'tl.gro'-h -
ragged coast line of the 7 hnte'1
Starting at Oregon ho has i
reached, Pensacola, FlaL.. and be'
week ts ended he probably w'::
finished the coast 11,e, .T -e:
come the drawing of the dlld<'.
between the states. The eit-t
has been overlaid with woode:
to carry off the surface water
uets grown by each state wiJ
hibited On. the map.

Decides United Statme Must
c --x York. MVay 29.--,j ge
in the nitl Std atMs dstrft
decided thb'a the ltfted Sit at
pay' for' the BritIsh steamsBol p
which was ratnin.e- anitd *1-
UTaited 'states cruiser. tuzt.t,,
night of. May 18, 18S. In .A o^
off 'Fre !slana-' Tb.he C
one of the patrol sBusdron -,' -
for Cervera's flet, which '
fte" Cape Yerde, for vwau
W": t sai w t e,:.,;-l e ute-..
soibfllity -iaa: .been &"'
iftton :o f:':. i eitlattt!'t -n4!






mUTi LATED


NAL AL D IC0I0AL ITEMS

B^ IJ NHappoenedand What is Going
ppen Told ii Short Paragraphs
PI$a* Who 1Rsuns May Read"
us Daay Sun,
S etsBon of Nettleton, one of
rogresslve young residents
p0t0e, was trading in the city

iSheriff A. OG Lamb :of High
;.ote of ,the most cornpoten of-
the co inty, was among the
Ito this olty yesterday.
'stn-merry-go-round has struck
PqPtT tbroadside, and as a result
4)lUt1tfolks are happy. Nickels will
IHi' n making change for the
t4ow days.
A1 V. ;13. Hlgdon and children de-
lde4Wednesday for Bartow, where
wll Visit relatives for a few
F,. Friends wish them a pleasant
,$.l~ n: the "high hills of South

L ,.Wiokllffe, one of the valued
of the Florida Electric Comin-
haS arrived in the city. .He will
i teo.4 the. street work of the
1$isvlo:. Gas and Electric Light
ainy,.:now building. :and.for which
Wpany.hOlds the contract .
tA4antlo Coast Line new train,
nig( ainesvllle at 11;40 a, m., ar-
0 ^ i. avan'ah.at,9 1980t p. in., is
a,,greaV.;ooji46v.e*o0 to the
.pBu .,- Tis :seiB ee-ri was8 .
tt ed especially to accommodatte
|epole: o(Gainesville, and is met-
^^ wjllh-great success. __
0(friends of Mrs.3J. E,. Hudson of
I Gainesville will be pleased1 at
'I-uformnation that she is rapidly re-
I g from hei illness. This lady
ii '04 Baltinmore,.wvhro she now is in
ji pItal, several weeks ago for a sur-
l operation. The operation was
y estful, and the lady is expected
` as ine a few days.
~ hlxen~merous friends of M. Giddings,
t44ie photographer, who resides in North
iV li eville, who was several days ago
_Qh"'victim of a paralytic stroke, will
be gratitled to learn that the patient
ifti 'greatly improved aud is now en-
abled to walk about the premises. It
bs to be 'hopd that he will soon be en-
b abied to resiumin his duties at the
:.studio.,
.rs,. Elizabeth Giddings of Pana,
,, after a pleasant winter spent in
:t- O'rth Gainesvilleos the guest of rela-
tiveas, tlhe family of M. Giddings, de-
i:p)rted for her hopne VWednesday. This
Ssttmablo lady made many friends
dUhiig her sojourn here who will be
to welcome her return. She is
^l~'llthted with this climate, and says
n i wtuld not object to making her
h e here.
l'Ie East Florida Seminary com-
|I|encement exercises having been
K |'uiuided, those pupils remaining for
lutmicthion departed for their various
iea yesterday. Whilh they woere as
( of course glad at an oppor-
y tO' 8splOe( the vacation among
tives and friends ut home, they
~ :KI s' rlutettance in departing, and any
$ i^'hwdey Will gladm y welcome thel
SXci'AIW whln they may return to school.


W. H1ogna, agent of the Seaboard
Ltlmmneo A. B. Mattil, A. J. Jollty,
W A MoLenna, one of the sue-
eifaul'merohants of Waldo, formed a
Ayqoartette who visited this city
S for the purpose of attend-
'we. Oa ,Gaivillbe bal
Urf a l(tS t disappoiit-
5o~& rleh' e naturally,
r-, erts t p.1dake over the

S: agood gaxe o01 either

q"t Ar-
o rdtor,
rahouse

&l tdye and
s said to


SF. Walts of GVrove Park, one o
the e4ing ecltf>eias of that station,

city yesterday., .: :: : ,
James B4ol4er of Eochelle, o6ie 4(
the most progressive merchants o.f 4 At
setlon, was among the business viet .
ors to this city yesterday.
R-ev. John Gray returned yesterday
from New Orleans, where iteohas been
for the iastiw .days in atteaace ee at
the exercis~e'iof the Confederate re-


u l ,
M r. and Mrs. Simonton of Lake Bi-
monton and Miss M. L. Simmons of
Maitland, who is visiting Mis. simon-
tori, were among the visitors to this
city yesterday.
B. B, Pound has returned from
Lakeland, where he has been looking
after his property interests. He states
that Lakeland is on a boom, and that
sixteen brick stores are now going up
there, but they will not begin to com-
pare with the buildings of Gaines-
ville.


Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Mott of Mican-
opy passed through the city yesterday,
They were en route to Madison, where
Prot, Mott will conduct a normal
school for the next few weeks. lHe is
one of the most competent instructors
in the State and will no doubt enjoy a.
successful term.
From S'aturday's Daily Sun.
Mr. and Mrs E. Melton of Mica-
nopy were visitors to this city yester-
day.
Justice J. W. S. Smith of Micanopy
was among those who visited the city
yester p
"DT S8heriff J. Lee Stokes o(
Micanopy was amO the visitors t6
this city yesterday. ,. '
Justice J. A. J* ;.^ 1 kland oR ,
was a among those .,paid th eoifl
a ,tH a l a v itit ye sote l i .. .
Miss Mary Allise i rminigyopng
lady of Micano0py: i41among those
who favored Gaine.c wili a visit
yesterday;
J.Tames F. Taylor,.4 veling passenger
agent of the 8ea;6l rd Air Line with
headquarters at' asmpa, was at the
Brown House yesalikday
Oaptain H fg wife and 'on Ar-
chie, depart 'e terday for $olumbia,
Tenn., were.' |Iey will spend iho suin-
mer with the former's mother.
8. H. Benjamin of Micanopy was
among those who favored the county
capital with a visit yesterday. He is
one of the leading merchants of that
place.
Miss Ada Dampier of Hague, one of
the most efficient school teachers in
the county, was in the city on busi-
ness connected with the superintend-
ect's ollice yesterday.
Miss Eula IBaniknight of A richer is in
the city, a guest of Miss Lucille Col-
clough. She came for the purpose of
attending the banquet and ball of the
Eleve Association of East Florida Sem-
inary,


F. G. Sampson of Boardman, one of
the most extensive orange growers in
this section, was among the visitors to
this city yesterday. From his grove of
ninety-five acres he expects to ship 10,-
000 boxes of oranges next season.
The game of ball between the meor-
chants and drummers yesterday after-
noon resulted in a victory again for the
merchants by a score ef eight to eleven.
The affair was not as largely attended
olmad been expected, but those who
did attend enjoyed the game.
Mrs. B. F. Hamptoi returned Thurs-
day from Thomasville, Ga. whither she
was called a few days ago on account
of the sad death of heraister, Miss Car-
rie Whidden. She wv.i| accompanied
on her return by Peter 'Whidden, her
brother, who will spend a few days
with friend hero.
Mrs. E. F. Taylor and her accom-
plished little daughter, Miss Edith,
after a pleasant visit to the former's
father, Judge t: Arnow, have rer
turned to their home at Brunswick,
Ga. This lady was formerly a resident
of Gaineaville, and hifer numerous
tr ilnds here were glad to see her.
'Allen Graham departed yesterday
for Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he will
enter Eastman Business College. He
was accompanied as far as Jackson-
VOileby Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Graham.
Allei has been a-student of East Flor-
ida Seminary for the past term, and is
regarded as aD unusually bright young
man. His course at Poughkeepsie
will no doubt prove of great benefit to
him froit a commercial standpoint.
You Know What You Are Taking
wheu yr7n take Grove's Tasteless Chill
conic beeaeso the formula is plainly
lt lnted In, iry bottle showing that It
iA simply Iron a4d Quinine in a taste-
4qastqran^ $o re, NoPy B. (,


.Pro1rm.tW 4"a1 7
B0k$it of WWltso o w~ t
visitor o t i O tpste$ ,
.W. A Iad I ot Windsor was among
the visit6rsto G|inesvile y9te day.
A $. tps0 1 'f Be l was meeting
his larg! o m r Sof aequalntances ini
the .eisterdayi
J ,MS yIester ttnd Buriell Wiggins.
of Hlgte were among' the .itbors to
the ouoty capital yesterday .;
Mi ss hf~ttle K"nlght, who is condtiet-
ing the TroyHotel atHigha springs, was
slOptpng in thecity Saturday.
CaptG. M. Lynch and family de-
parted yesterday for Melrobe, where
they .illS pend sori time Visiling rel-
atives. -
N. 0; Pettit, the energetic broker
who makes Wal4geis headquarters,
was here yesterd~ interviewing the
merchants.
Millican, the jovial naval
store producer of' Waldo, was among
those who paid the Central City a
Visit on 8,t 0 y.
Miss Ber1ia Strickland, w4qi, en
attending.Miss Tebeau' sch is3
city for the past term, left' rday
for her home-a*'gue. ,.'
Geo. L. Taylor of Palnmer i ni'Among
the visitors to GainesvilIle Saturday.
He came for the purpose of attending
the memorial exercises.
The proposed entertainment for the
Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D. C., which
was to have been given bon June 3, has
been postponed until June 5th.
A. M. Eddins, Roscoe Baird, Frazier
and MoKinney McOook departed yes-
-Wrday for Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where
,ithey will enter the Eastman Business
COllege.
.ames Skinner of Archer was among
tie veterans who caine to the city yes-
terday to participate in Memorial Day
exercises. We acknowledge an agrc.-
able call.
J. V. Denton of Lake View wa, a
itlsftor Lo Gainesville yesterday., ie
showed his appreciatioin of a good
thing by having.his name placed on
the subscription list of The Sun.
"Oapt. A. .,Gilchrist of 4P1lr


:., H BRolins made a lying beiVKJS
trip toG.inesville yesterday. ,. ,.
'HienryFdItch departed yesterday for.,
Pough eepsie, N. Y., where he will en-
ter the Eastmian Business College,
3. JY. Ward, one of the successful,
truckers of the Micanepy section, was
among the visitors to the Central 9ity
yesterday.
W. S. Jacksot, more familiarly
known as "Happy Bill," of Lake View,
was meeteig his large circle of friends
in the city yesterday. .
Miss Cora Whilden, who has 'been
quite a social favorite amoug the social
folk in St. Augustine, Jacksonvill and
Waycross for the past four months,
has returned to her home in Clark.
C. C. Strikliandi of Hague was
transacting baiainas in Gainesvillo
Saturday. .He s is that the dry
weather is playing haroc with the veg-
etables at that station and unless they
are blessed with some of*the wet ar-
tielo soon their crops will perish.

MEMORIAL EXERCISES


Largely Attended by Veterans of Both heated and lenighy. Butllock, Abraius
Sides and Daughters. and Webb formed'the majority, aid
The Memoir'ial Day exercises held StroIze Oiichrlstand Rivers, the -
Saturday were the largest attended nor.ty:jport.
and the best program rendered that The efforts on the part of the friends
have ever been htnessed in the city. of Wailes to indefinitely postpone the
Promptly at the"1appointed hour the substitute was unsuccessful, and it is
Union and Confederate Veterans met believed that the Senate will not con-
on the north sihe of the square and ftr with the House,-and it is highy
er escorted to the cemetery by the probable that no adjustment will be
two chapters of the Daughters of the made this season,
Confederacy. The Senate today held an all-day
The camp of Lew Wallace Post was sessio'h and disposed of much acciminn-
under command of Col. A. P. Morrow, lated business.
in the absence of Col, H. F,' Dutton, His Last Hope Realized.
while Stonewall Carmp was under com- [From the entinel. Gebo, MoSt. I
mand of Judge Horati'oiavis. In the first opening of Oklahoma it
The exercises at the ceit ry were settlers in 1889, the editor of this
opened by r haplain V. M'whoa had per was among the many seekers al'Ir
Arherby prayer, and who a ad fortune who made the big race oionIt, li,
the address of President Lin-o day in April. During 'his travciing
Gattyeburg Noemberrl9, 1863. I' out and afterwards his camping up, i
JudAe Horatio Davis followed wit lai, he enCountered mu ch igIt
fine address on the life of Lineo l hich, together with thle sev%-re
which was well received. him a very severe diarrloca
After the decoration of the Union mrned almost impoesil, e to
d Confederate graves the services .ng in June tli i,.
re adjourned, e
expected to die.


among t e vilstors to .iaitneftae s,,- '.
terday. He has recently e'ctei; In Fight Will be Bitter.
that section of the county a saw mill Those who will persist in closing
and expects soon to have same running .tlbir ears against the continual ree-
on full time. ommnendation of Dr. King's New Dis-
A. Hunsicker, the merchant, post- covery for consumption, will have a
master of Rocky Point, was a visitor long and bitter fight with their trou-
to the city yesterday. He says that a bles, if not ended earlier by fatal ter-
little rain would greatly help the mination., Read What T. R. Beall of
truckers's interest in his section just at Beall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall
the present time. my wife had every symptom of con-
sumption. She took Dr. King's New
The letter in yesterday's Sun ad- Discovery after everything else had
dressed to Dr. J. H. Jarvia from E. M. failed. Improvement came at onue
Mallett, Thomasville, Ga., should have and four bottles entirely cured her."
Guaranteed by all druggists. Price
read J. H. Jarvis. We cheerfully 50c and $1. Trial bottles free.
make this correction, as it was an over-
sight on our part. Gainesville Contingent All Pass.
B. C. Carson of Bell arrived in the The Gainesville contingent, consist-
city with his family and will make this ing of Drs. G. B. Tison, J. H. Pierson
place their future home. Mr. Carson and E. H. Pound, who departed the
expects to work at the veneering es- first of the week to take the State ex-
tablishment of E. J. Baird in the amination to practice dentistry, have
southern part of the city. all returned to the city, having come
Miss Robefta Purse of Savannah, out successful in their undertaking.
Ga., has arrived in the city and will It is said that the examination was
spend some time visiting here as the one of the hardest ever put up and the
guest of Mrs. J. N. Strobhar. She has successful contestants have a -just
a large number of friends in the city cause to be elated over their victory.
-who are always glad to meet her. There were only three in the entire
A. U. Hilleary has recently acquired number who failed to pass, and they
more interests in the fish business by were from other sections of the State.
purchasing an interest in the Mal- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
phurs business at Alachua Sink. Ho Diarrhoea Remedy


is now largely interested in all thme
fisheries of Alachua and Marion coun-
ties.
Hon, W. M. Blitch of LaCrosse was
a visitor to Gainesville yesterday. He
says that the condition of Evan Hold-
er, who has been confined to his bed
for the past ten weeks with fever, is
unimproved. The farmers in his sec-
tion are badly in need ofTrain.
A. S. Dzialynski, who has for the
past several months been connected
with the Savannah Woodenware
Company as their traveling represent-
ative, has resigned his position and
will in the future engage in the poul-
try business at Hammock Ridge,
where he has had the proper grounds
arranged for the raising of the young
fowls, and as soon as his incobators ar
riVe he expects to shortly have ttmapy
of the frying size to offer to the trade.
Rev. Edward P. Crane, in Tleating
yesterday with trie view of secring
the earliest posible steamer ao*omQuo-
dation from 'acksonvllle to aew Thrk,
expressed to us regret that hlewa. un-
able to pay parting regardft lin parson
to the many before whose eyes these
lines will: come, Who have paid him
kindly attentions. He begs that he
ImaSy be eredite4 with true-heatted
approei.tin of them ali.- It Would
give him deep pain to 4 forbidden the


Is everywhere recognized as the one
remedy that can always be depended
upon and thii"Is pleasant to take. It is
especially valuable for summer diar-
rhoea in children and is undoubtedly
the means of saving the lives of a
great many children each year. For'
sale by all druggists and medicine
dealers.
Jurors Drawn.
Following is a list of the jurors'
drawn for the special term of court
to be held here on June 10th:
J.L. Sloeum,J. H. Hill, J. H. Os-
teen, J. S. Crown, W. H. Worley, F.
M. Cellor, W. R. Sharmon, C..W. Mc-
Donald, .J. A. Beal, M. Crews, J. S.
White, J. B. Mathis, J. T. Townsend,
A. H.:Blandiag, B. Johnson, F, .
Crown, R.-L. Davis, 0. L. Feaster, A.
M. Ellis, S. H. BeuJamin, C. C. Morri-
'son, A. M. 'Poarnell, E. K. Anderson,
J. B. Snyder, 0. A. Bryan, I. 0, Hil-
hard, M. J. Main, S. E. Bauknight, R.
A. Varne., W, H. Holt.
A Frightened Horse,
Running like mad ,down the street
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
other accidents, are every day occur-.
einees. It behooves everybody to have
a reliable salve handy and ,tberes none
Ms g0 a Baikien's Arioa Salve,
Brm, cuts, sores, esentxa and piles,
dtsppoa r qu WkUu i s Moothin
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good effe
noticed an,
was taking 1
fortnight.' Th
ed a complete
but feel grateful
el disorders bei
this item. For
and medicine do
INTEREST


of &A C;t 1 0 JJ11 ,1 11,111it ,
iarrhoea I nwdy
dose wVas giur
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Graduating Exercisj
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The, graduating
Florida Seminary on'
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the part of (he lucks
high honor. V
The subjects of allF
well rendered and
plause of the house.
Those who comprise
received the A. B. deg
Ethel Holloway, Mis-
Miss Susie Hunter, Miss-
and H, Fred Smith. M
having made the highe.e
livered the valedictory to'
Revolution Immil
A sure sign ,of afuro-am
and serious trouble in your
nervousness, sleeplessness
upsets. Electric Bitters w
dismember the troublesome
It never fails to ton the,
regulate the liver, and el
blood. Rundown systems b
tienlarly and all the usual.,
aches vaiuish under its sea
thorough effectiveness. El|
ters is only 50o, and that
it don't Rive perfect,
Guaranteed by.a l drug
Brought Her B
Sheriff Fennell retiur
from Lake'City, where '
purpose of taking into.
Peach, who was want
as a., plaintiff witne
father, who is charged
of incest. The case
called at the last se
court, but her nori.
carry it over to the 'ip
convene here 'on the .AtL
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It is Highly Prdbale That the C-aim
winll Have t" Await the Next
Session of the FlOrida Law.
Makers.
special to The Sun:
Tallahassee, May 30-The Ho o.-
day refused to adopt the majorir y re-
port oo its claim committee r ,in.
mending the adoption of the Sjmtt,
bill appropriating $77,000 to'r ,
Wailes claim.
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the substitute bill of 25 by a vote of
45 to 21.
Today's session was a stormy oin. for
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_.. THE GAINJSV1LLE SUN: JUNE 1,9 1903

REASENDOFF FOR FLOODS RIVE N CRUSHES

Iron Age Reviews Conditions Regard' MANY VCRUSHES
THE CUP CHEIR HOMES.
THE CUP CHALLENGER e..work- :::'0_,,.',_,. FROM THEIR HOMES
-In Is revew o


S"i Thomdes Lipton's Flotilla
Starts For Amueri0a.
aREAT CROWDS WITNESS START.
Flotilla Conaists of Shamrock' Ill,
Shamrock I, Steam Yacht Erin and
an Ocean Tug-Combined Crews
Number 170 Men.
Gourock, Scotland, May 29.-Sir
Thomas Lipton's flotilla, consisting of
Shamrock III, Shamrock I; the steam
yacht Erin and the ocean tug Cruiser,
whose combined crews number 170
men, sailed from here for Sandy Hook
at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Greard crowds of people bade thonm
farewell, flags were everywhere dis-
played and bands, whistles and sirens
combined with the cheering of the
spectators to give the cup challenger
a great send, off.
LONG GROWS OPTIMISTIC.
Former Secretary of Navy Speaks at
Banquet In His Honor.
Rockland, Mass, May 29.--"I am
glad I am not a rich man. I would
not exchange my freedom, home life
land co-ntent of heart ror the wealth of
a Morgan or a Carnegie," said John
ID. LLong, former secretary of the navy,
at the Rockland Commerclal club ban-
quet, att which he was the guest of
honor.
In speaking of socialism, Mr. Long
sald there has been respect for the
rights of propriety in the past adnl
there always would be. If the re-
ward is taken away there will be no
Incentive to work.
"Our mother and grandmothers
worked like slaves," he continued,
"but thu life of people of today is ren-
dered much easier by the accumula-


the Iron and steel market, The Iron
Age today says:
The @urchases of Besse0u pig by
the UriAted States Steel corporation re-
cently made appear to have been about
50,0610 tons for delivery- during the
third Quarter at $18.501' at furnace,
equivalent to $19.35 Pittsburg, and
about 10,000 to 15,000 tons for May
and June delivery at $19 at furnace.
This is understcod to be on tho basis
of $3 per ton for ,ce at oven. It la
believed that this does not cover the
requirements of the corporation and'
that the addHtional tonnage for the
quarter miiay rise to 40,000 tons. The
corporation is believed- to soef-conataa'
ed as to basic ypig.
In the eastern markets the only
largo transactlon in steel making pig
has been a aal of a lot of 10,000 tons
of basic pig to a plate mill by three,
furnace interests in the Schuylkill and
Lehigh valleys.
So far as foundry iron iv concerned,
buyers and sellers are apparently far
apart. In Chicago the absence of fur-
thor sales by consumers has created a
better feoling. But outside interest
are still showing some anxiety, and
$15 for No. 2 foundry at lirmningham.
is being done.
The influence of foreign fronona.y
well be dismissed from a serious con-
sideratlon of tVho situation.
In the steel market values continue
steady. One lot of about 6,000 tone
of German steel purchased last sumn
mer by an eastern plant, which has
,not yet started, has been resold, the
material going to Pittsi-mrg.
There has been some talk among
the steel makers of an early meeting
to discuEs the question of prices for
1904 delivery. It is stated that some
of the railroads are getting ready to
place orders running into next year.
A very good tonnage is still coming
up In structural material In spite of
the labor troubles.


Zen Patrolling River Banilk''
Des Moines.
AIDING DISTRESSED FAMILIES.
Dikes of Maurice Street Give Way and
One Hundred a ndi Fifty Houses
Were Flooded-inmates Fled For:
Thler Lives.
Dos Moines, Iowa, May 29.--un-'
droda of families wore drive from
their homes by floes which today
closely approached the unprecedented'
record of last year. Reports from
ab've I)os Moines indicate that last
yclalr', A( 0ord has. bcen surpassed and
the water rising at a startling rate.
All night ecotres of men -patrolled
the liver banks and at'ded In removing
inhathitanta and househWl goods from;
the bottoms. -
At 8 o'clock the dikes of Maurice
street gave way before the floods of
the Des Molnes river and 150 houses
were flooded in an incredibly short
time, forcing the Inmates to run for
their lives. The Raccoon liver Ist
keeping pace with the Des Montes, and
has devastated many square miles of
territory in the southwestern portion
of the state.
At 9:46 the center sp',n of the $tr,-
000 arch bridge now holng built wns
carried away, the wireckago strllk;ng
the railway 'bridge, whiclk had a close
call from destruction.-
Thoe loss to the now bridge is $30,-
000.


SENTENCE OF WILLIAM RHEA.
No Action Will Be Taken In Applica-
tion for Commutation.
Omaha, May 29.-A special to The
World-Herald front Linooln says:
Governor Mickey 'has announced
that no action will h)

The most loathsome and repulsive of all
living things is the serpent, and the vilest and
most degrading of all hinmat diseases is Contag ious Blood Poiso., The,
serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and altiost instantly y the poison passes
through the entire body. Contagious Blood Poison, hegiuting with a little
ulcer, soon contaminates every drop of blood .and spreads throughout the
whole system., Painful swellings appear in the groints, a red rash and
copper colored splotches break out on the body, the mouth aind throat
become ulcerated, and the hair and eye brows fallout; but these symptoms
are mild compared to the wretchedtlngs and suffering that come in the latter
Stages of the disease when it attacks the onics an1d more vital parts of the
body. It is then that Contagious Blood Poison is seen in all its hideoius-
hess,. The deep eating abscesses anld sickeingtit ulcersa iatid tutuiotra, show
the wholo systent is corrupted and poisoned, and ttless relief comes, soon
this serpent disease tightens its coilAs and crushes out the life. The only
antidote for the awful virus is S. S. S. It is. natfO's roasody, coit.
S posed entirely of veOgtalble ingredients. S. S.
l destroys every v -itige of tihe poision, putrifties the
blood und rreutMov's all dauic'cr of trnmnu11uitting' the'
awful taint to others. Not hingf else will do this.
SStrongt iiineral reu(lici, like muereury and potash,
dry tup the sores and drive in the diste'se, but do not cure perm anently.
Send for our home treatment book eau write utis it iii need of medical
advice or special information. This il co.st you ncothliiig*t
THE SWIFT .rW C (f'C 1 ATfRAA. A .s


5Tytens rmilly
D ont ate cu .stitt
dSly ^9 ag t Uftttinjt:; ,
bowels, but regular action cannot b .Cecured unill thoe lglt
secretes enouthi bile to make the intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat-
ural ij tr tion, caused by catharUtics Compels
Iata the results.


Acts on the 4
liver; cures Chillia
and Fever, and every form, of
S Malarial, ollowu, Renmitthng and i tter*- i
Sitting, Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, \'orl: permanent cure.
FII TYV CENTS P1R no3T.T tl,' TLI,:

For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville 1


tion of wealth. We live better and Interesting negotiations are under plicatlon for a commutation of tlo
have more advantages than they had. way by which large agricultural Implo. sentence of William lRhea, who was I WHITE S CREAM
"We are living in an age of sooial- ment makers expect to arrange for recently convicted of miurdeir in then I lVI C
no theories, no fantasies and no mril- shapes to be used' by tnem In the man- ed. He also sayi that a thorough in- ORIMSn .- Io
llonalres, but I do believe In and trust ufacture of Implements for export un- vostigat on of' hea's crime will be Fr 20 Sr. L
In the judgement of good every-day der the drawback system, made before the sentence of the court 2 s s Le W orm1 me lm 6 s
people of this. country to aolve these Is carried out. : to1A =1 3 '3' JALXM P. Ar."-X a. 7str, -- X'
problems. Wealth is all right, but it BELIEVES SON POISONED. The text of this answer was today S----S- -!-
is not to be considered for a moment transferred to Governor Durblhn, of ForU n itJ j J) Tlsrt. B v(. .G in i
with a clear mind, good health and a Tanner Will Have Analysis of Stomach Indiana, who, with Congressman Hem. 'or l V b rn*.. itKRVIi r
clear conscience. The advances that Made. enway, of the first Indlana. district, and)
are being mrlde will.work for the bon- Galoceville, Ga., May 29.-John Tan- Major C V. Menzies, of Mt. Vernon,
eflt of mankind. ner, father of the young man, has fInd., Interceded with the governor for
decided to have the body of Wiley the young man. Rhea is a native of
WILL RUN ON SHORTER TIML. Tanner exhumed anO* another analysis Mount Vernon and comoem of an old
of the stomach made, and also an ex- and respected family of that city, Ils
Mille Around West Point To Close aminatlon of the pitcher from which father has employe:;, eminent rond J.
the milk was poured and the gless and spent a fortune in lthea's Ibqu.i f
Week on Friday, from which Tanner drank the miillk '-- .-_ I Tho BPost .Sp-ria anic imaner
West Point, Ga., May 29.--The ac- to see if any evidences of strychatie FOUND FLOATING IN RIVER. M?40eicinro Irot- BIt bl (X C ildr't- .
tion of the Southern Cotton Spinnprr' can be found. I ... I 1(to
association deciding to run the var-. The death of young Tanner has stir- Body of Syrd Dlscovered by Fisher. j I 1 of: t'io lui uot (1 r t; g" hiu;
ous cotton mills throughout :he south red up the county as nothing else has men at Wilmington., 'i'' tI 'I 4 .r.n tn..i r t r.ut-ts mnI ,m I', t
on short time during the sunimmer in many years, and on every hand peo- Wl1mington, N. C., May 29.--Thur ,.lr. '..,nri,. l'liy l itlJ..i', -,t
months, was adhered to by the three PIe are discussing it in its every phase. body of James D. Byrd, the .white anf, ,. 'i v n i ,1 ,tI m, ali fmr all ,tomIt ;io oi taowl rU,.l p+
large cotton mills located here, the IA- 'The a-nalyls to be made by the phy- wiho so mysteriously disappeared' fro .li ; ).: '. intL tt.Mtm- -i uul tm Ii Illt. H.
nett mills, the West Point Manufac- alcians will 'be most thorough, and up- h-e bhothe in this city five weeks ago,
turning company and the RiverdAle cot- on the outcome of this analysis larg*- and for whom the family and the po- 25 C N tS IFOR A LA G1 BOT TL
ton mills, and, beginning this w'iek ly depends the further prosecution of lice male such a diligent search, was If ,oZ5t. h.rjI Ix it,, ,wh lie, ina ( ,mltu these mills wiLl run only five days per the case. found floating In the river today by
week, closing on Friday afternoon In- The county commissioners have fBahernon. The ,body wta In a ter., T. P. MARISHALL, MACON, GA.
stead of Saturday. This change will agreed to pay all expenses of the lt. rible state of decomposition and ideon. ..';i/.h / ". Z C01,) '1 Jj;. ,.
affect the wages of about 3,200 em- vestigatlon and analysis, If evidence tilcation wa made possible only by
ployes, sufficient to warrant a conviction of papers in his pockets.
When Interviewed on the subject the guilty parties i obtained. The coroner found no evidence of
one of the representatives of the cor- Proerty r Re- foul ply ad t s ton s that he ......... .. ...... --...... ... .....
poratloti owning these fil.s stated New Prope rty ... Cli r" Rtd us drowned .ther r %m 7 -ws, ,t
ort, owin t n tt New York, M-ay 29.---RenUals 4 it h dappa Severaldol.
that a large amount of re pairs' "and 1k C I g 0l L. U OD. .E R
chang s would be 'made during thoe t $1, 0 lars were found in his pockets ohmlb, Wh eb ,- A "
80 o er 4 a lt ... b ypett pe orty ow n ers I nt e rsa w ith tew eX p lo d e h t th ,h e ,,y -- rd a re
emtmmer months and that this scheduleN oe l ~ e e of hle a shetod h rbeor tha .t ha m ur I
eo d.'by....... cwe ......ret.. e Y.Neuw or to uIse of theu ou i a ',erdasn td ther y that m"
of nvork'ng was more preferable to p note f.orh wiars o the. W.estaL Jmo lw Jd '
the. employee than to ctose for two eurp Union r ts elrah o mrn the W eas t' e '" .I '- A
s "--"h e n1 r O-edT he graph mp ,e j _sfiew-L h t o
wees later In the ummer -hat toslTe the Potal Te company.s A the E xpert. Examne^ n Gisns ie Usd (ti1, Fla
tertons mJgt.bmae This orpor- -vork on comArp... Now York May 29- 11 tile. j .- *s*
-* -,- n,-- n w ... jofer d, ^ -, ""o leas n tw tov of o mp any i
than, $7.60 per .baea -:n their"entire 'retentative of property owners with the battlehlps. In .the ....avy yard. are
,St Lonn, --- r-)-- t w-terclaims for a .more than $200,000 hes be- i being examhued by an expert from
wsto .f.ot ctton ... ut the offer wase u faaot
ftred, ast they say theywotul under gun Ieg&]l pred ings to ob ain it Ia hl a etou. eumor ta.lt thatte th
eta r= o.. w .. court order to compel. the offendln examination is the twult of the recent .
.no circumstances cause 'such an Im- c ePs t o" "' O a r ea d
ue n r.flaoeo snF e tca entire otrborers to bea pa xploon n board the Iowaead that.
eshowe nmdotr of laorers to e or tO pay such rent for the privll de- as. tie W .hl~uton authorities are ot
thrown out of e ""mployet. "l shall be fixed by the o4nrt. More satisfied *with the sotttoe* of t ord.
St Louis Tea t trlke than SO. property o*ner haS already sInce.. Among oUther v, weich I 0S
St. Lratril MTea crote trike, h consulted him A. s -ys that there the expert will xa*ne IsA tho Iot*. 2
e L6outst, A aYt t eamters, o a-ot alet 200,00U0 s .. ..e witrwll. opske an edhalsIive searchb rt.t-w I A
t' at Lomewht night dett d d lare ato. ed'..: the ciuSe o s the r i retaa.t a e I
e tretthereby opposing the. cot. Hotel Burned on Fire .Isllal d.p It al bee decided ta t the rei s
o their offtler& ent out thi. afor iNew Yor, Ma i L to the Iowa tost r 0000.
nooiWn Land were followed r more on Flire Island, t'birtHy Sjr: b-otbeWr3. y
freight hdieua Iia 65.5t. St9.J Rj N o wU detrod. by 15' oStudents as '. otrrikO Sri e A ..pke
WAoldign out In ympathy. eRailroad o early today. Thoe onty octe*Sa-t b* Ccab.. .May o.r~Pre ent lIarp z '
a.,n mnercantile houss tconUnueW.to. urhe thime wa rIlley, th a t .. the- tte rirt.of D ol't'f Ob eavo, Ia **
e fretgt, althoughit It adm ttem ,r, who la a nrow sape f Ptronl opfOp ed tos tbt--" o"ta- FINK WIN .1, WIJV Mtl4, ANN) lUA !II L P '.
they are some bathandi appe, death. den t*. i ":, 4"I'" .' r- ti-. a. "stri. t "Le.Uerty s"t A so Prls t-l ., -"t s

. Prleutlo to. Prevent LynMh ig.. e.. n -I .Verdict0 Not. LellIty- :. w comt I mpI.ed tbt a i o, A'r ttr ; ." T a '

W ood s, the n e ro- Oarr ted yo to rd -y of tthe eeire oh haaet.. 1t 46 r t 3 .... ..... -..1,,- u '.wift'W T l .
anfxd pl~d .fn .l t...ry td s7to.ik. o tr gro tat Uty berd. t< I-rnong ; lao 'o f.tI.,4tl11,
.a*tL w his bei I s-I 'tbe 5Me tf tf,1o 3* HOL f.1A4 y i|,i-t,4^, ,:,. :i!
was 1 ^*,; 44M .vrw: if# '91 I"..
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082ent:, of the contnact
person or pi^ub!isher making a bid
of any book or ,books hereunder
.' u bid or proposal the exchange price
h book or bookewill be furnished.
Q he tet book c0mmissioD shall have
ght to reject any and all bids or
bh iiYil be of opinion that any or all
'*0"y, oni be: rejeted. And in case
,fr'n zngthe bids or proposals submit-
t adopt any book or books, upon
an Sachakes mentioned in Section 1 of this
h may readertise for sealed bids or proposals
Same terms and conditions as' before, and
o n thir investigation in all respects as they
4A, tbet instance, and as required by the terms
4i4 I'' i Vl ons of this act, or they may advertise for
I bkids or proposals from author or publishers
intt ;books who have manuscripts of books not yet
16 published, for prices at which they will publish and
tn Itil#h in book form, such. manuscripts, or for prices
'1 at which they will sell such manuscripts, together
|8 with the copyright of such books, for use in the
S19 apublio schools of Florida, proceding in all respects
O i~t like manner as before; ani provided, That before'
;1 accepting or rejecting any manuscript, it shall be'
SS their duty to take the manuscript and to advertise
I i for sealed bidp or proposals for publishing the saimpe
Sin book form, in like manner as hereinbefore pro-
vidd for, and under the eame restrictions and condl-
6i: editions, and the contract may be let for the publica-
S T tion of all such books, or for any one or more separ
S128 rately; And provided further, That the State itself
89 shall not, under any circumutntuces, enter into any
80 contract binding it to pay for the publication of any
81 book or books, but in the eountract with the owner of
92 the manuscript it shall be provided that he shall pay
.88 the compensation to the publiehbr for the public.
i 84 A tion and putting in book form the manuscripty to-
85 gether with the costs and expense of copyrighting
36 the same; And prOvided further, That in all cases
S87 bids or proposal shall be accompanied with the cask
88 deposit of from live hundred dollars to twenty-fAVe
89 hundred dollars, is the commission may direct, and
40 as provided in Section 3 of this act.: And it is
41 further expressly provided that any person, firm or
42 corporation now doing businMes, In the Itate of
48 Florida, shall have the right to bid for thi contract
44 to be awarded hereunder, in manner as follows:? Z.n
45 response to the advertisement, when made as beremin-
j 46 before provided, said person, firms, or orporation
47T may submit a written bid or bids to edit or htve
48 edited, publish and supply for use in the public
S 49 echool& in this State any book or books provided for
80 hereunder, provided that Instead of fling with sad4
: 51 bid or proposal a -ample or specimen copy of each
52 book proposed to be furnished, hp may exhibit to the
53 commission 1 Anuscript or printed form the mat-
54 ter proposed to be incorpor ted in .ny book, together
56 with ruch a description and illustration of the fortn
56 and style thereof, as will be fully intelligible and
57 satisfactory to the said commiwion,. or they may
58 submit a book or Wooks, the equal of which, in every
59 way, they propose to furnish, and they hall accom-
00 pany their bid or prop(,sal with the cash deposit
|1 hereinbefore provided for, and shall enter into con-
52 tract and bond as hereinbefore provided, except that
$8 the bond may be, in this instance, increased to fifty
64 thousand dollars: Prvided, That all books and man-
65 uscripts offered shall be examined and reported upon
66 by the sub-commission as provided for in Seotion 2
67 of this act.


PEOPLE OF THE DAY
uMr. Loomlt Ii New Place.
Prancisa B. Loomis. who will succeed
Dr. David Jayne Hill as first assistant
S secretary of state, sl a tried diplomat
and an expiienceld newspaper man.
Bl1 is at present United States minister
to Portugal. He was a friend of Preals
4Wtli Harrison and McKinley and held


lLNluCIS B. lm, Mi( 4.
S w iregn posa. under both. t'ntil a -litti.
over ti year ago ile was inltliister to vk-.im
es uehi. It lI80) Mr. loom itl ,vas nmad
uI al at St uEtieuiti. i o'rtl-e. imtit:
;/ while th*re wrote a nmIujl t r-".( tleportb
S' I eooinlmic ntid qouitia r' 5whicbh attracted attintitou and seve-ra
swhit were tratislated. and published
I.' trei'glii giovertin eteis. Mr. Loomnli
l:ahe .a, a mtio< 'r .y v career in thi
s ;wapapet( r re'rld anut in held asa
iMportantil edItrial p o-.iol.8 -

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MAGIC INK.
A Simple Trick With Which to 'P1s-
sle Your PiNymaalst.
Boys and girls sometimes amuse.
themselves with what Is called "Invist-
ble ink." a fluid that makes no more
color on paper than water does, but
which becomes visible at once if you
expose it to beat. An Ink of that kind
is a great curiosity to persona who
have never before seen it, but a greater
curiosity still is an ink that may be
quickly made to disappear by rubbing
it.
To make this fluid get a little starch
(Just the cominion klud used by the
laundress) and mix It with water until
it becomes of about the consistency qt
cream. Then to it ad4 a few drops of
tincture of iodine, and It Is ready for
use.
Dip ypur pen into it and write a few
words on ordinary letter paper. The
writing will be of a dark brown cokkt
and will dry very quickly. It will loo1
exactly like brown, ink. and when yoln
tell your friends that you are going to
make the writing dipAtppear salmply by
rubbing your hand or .your handker-
chief over It they will probably look in-
credulous. for it has a permanent ap-
Sperarnce. just as the black Ink of a let-
ter bas.
But rub It, and every trace of the
writing will vanish as quickly as It
your hand had magic to it.
There are many ways In whict thbt
fluid Way be used for amusing or myu
tifytng people ____
A HomM4mde Loep the L*AP.
Tht* little apparatuse llustrates the
principle at centrifugal for~e andG
shows why the trick eyclslt does ,um t
t all when he reaches the top of his in-
rerted path. A long strip of cardboard
is bent Into a loop. and its ends are tas-
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2 entered into a cent.'ta.q th
3 ishing. or supplying 'f bk f ee i t4 pu 5
4 schools in this itatet, shall "be the dlty of t h UOv- 6
5 ernor to issue his praot-iaon a iouluounging sech fuac 7
Sto the people of tdia htate. 8
Section 9. The pArty or parties with. .whom the
2 contract shuli we mue sbale establi su lis d maintain 2
3 'in some one city in, each Congresiohpal district in 3'
4 the 8tate, a depository, to be d,6ignated by the comn- 4
5 mission, where a stofk or supply of die bookssuffi- 5
6 cleat to meet all .Immediate demands shall be kept. 6
7 tlse shall also 'be ,aintained i each county in the 7
8 ytate, pirvuAe4 the comibsion shall deem it advis- 8
9 ble, and so demand, not less tan one nor more than 9
10 four agencies, for the 4.ttlnti on of ith books to the 10
11 patrons, or tie conttiaitor Ahal be permitted to ike11
12 arrangement with ertchantS or: otherss for the' 12
18 handling and distribution 6f the books, and parties 13
L4 living in a coun.,ty 'Uhere no agency has .been estab- 14
156 Hshed, or no arrangements made for distribution, 15
16 may order the same from one of the depositories, and 16
L7 it shall, be the duty of the eoUtractor to deliver any 16
(8 book or books so ordered, to the person ordering, to 17
L9 his postof'ice address, freight, express, postage, or 18
0- other charged prepaid, at the retail contract price, 19
1 provided the price of the book or. books so ordered 20
12 shall be paid in advance. But nothing in this aot 21
13 shall be construed as to prohibit any merchant or 22
14 dealer, frpm buying and selling said books. All 22
15 books shall be bold to the consumer at the retail con- 2
!6 trapt price, and in0 eh 'book shall be printed the
a7 folbiwing: "The price herein is by State contract
8 and any deviation therefrom shall 'be reported toi 2
09 your County Superintendent of Public Instruction, 3
10 or the State Superintendent at' Tallahasee." And 4
;1 it is expressly provide that should any party con- 5
!2 tracting to furnish book as provid.~ for in this Act; '6
i fail to furnish them, or otherwise breach his con- 7
4 tract, in addition to the right of the ,'tate to sue on
*5 the bond herein above required, the Chairman of the 2
16 County Board of Publio Instruction nay sue in the 3"
17 name of the State of Florida in any court having 4
8 jurIdiction, and recover on the bond given by the
19 contractor the full value of the books so failed to be 2
10 furnished, for the use and benefit of the school fund 3
1 of the county; Provided, That the right of action 4
2 given to the Chairman of the County Board of Pub- 5
13 lie Instruction shall be limited to breaches of the 6
14 contract committed in his county: And provided 7
[5 further, That in all cases service of process may be
16 had and deeined sufficient on any agent of the con- 2
I7 tractorAin thq county, or if no agent is in the county, 3
18 then service may be had on the agent in charge tf 4
19 any depository, and this service shall be and stand 5
50 in the place of" service on the defendant contractor. ,
Section tO, SAid commission ,may from time to -
2 time make any .necessary regul tions not contrary
3 to provisions i f {his act, to secure the prompt distri- 4
4 butlon of -the books herein provided for, and the- 5
5 prompt and faithful execution of all contracts, and
6 It is expressly'now provided that said commission -
7 hall maintain its organization during the five years
8 of the continuance o(f the contract, and aftea 4
9 the expiration of the same to renew such of them as
0 they may deem advisable, or repdvertise for new ;
L1 bids or proposals, as required, by this act in the first
2 instance, and enter into such other contracts as they n
3 may deem for the best interests of the patrons of the 9
A4 public schools of the Statp, provided any contract
.5 entered into or renewed shall be for five years. 2
Section 11. As soon as practicable after the adop-
2- tion provided for in this act, the State Superinten- 2


top-of the Muall b r.ttl. To prlUvent the
spool running off the track it is advis-
able to bend up the edges of the card-
board or paste a narrow strip of paper
on each side. The spool may be re-
placed by a little wagon In which any
small objects may be laid loosely. Not
only will the wagon not fall In going
around the loop. but the load, though
not fastened, will not fall out.


The PaOr$l Retort.
An elephant large met a pug dog small
While both were out walking one day,
And the former began criticising the pug
In this really discotrteous way:
"My dear little friend, the whole world'
knows that curls
Have long been out of style, but I as
That you cling to them still. for the curl
in your tall
Is as tight as can possibly belI"
"Well. what if it te?" And the pug dog-s
wrath
Coulg be seen In his very toes.
"Pull many a beast has a curl in Its tail.
But you have a curl In your nosel"
Then the elephant trumpeted loud with
rage.
While the pug. nla a fright. ran away.
And the elephant hated the aight of a dog
Ever sInce that unfortunate day.
-4Pirence A. Evanr In Ne.* York Herald.
Abtnft Old World Rulers.
The king of England is German. Nowe
man and French;-the emperor of Rus-
aia il Danish and German, even more
than he Is Muscovite; the king of
Greece Is a Daue; the king of Sweden
and Norway is FIench; the king of the
Belgians uhs nothing of the Belgian In
him; Klixg Victor Emmanuel is more
Austrian than Italian. So tt goes down
the line. Very few of the reigning mon-
archs can claim race relationship with
the I.ph' tlwt' go\0r. It Is a curious
fact. but ne'trtlithieg the records b*eat
out the statement.
Tek a (ter's Servast.
A hunter's servant while out on thie
chase lay down in a quiet nook. watchU
Ing tor the game to Spaa btL A rabbit
oon passed, but he did not arla 1*r
cause he said be wAa then looking ftor
deer. iredently a deer papd but byr
this time he was lookiag fto phase ta
and so did not move. Be next '"r"
ducks, quail pigeons squirrels atnd
Other ga*me but be did not attempt to
get amny of them because they Wer not a
what be was looking for at the tlia,.
-e was waiting for an opportunity: he
aid. But everything passed 4xe:iEi
'*bt h n- *at**'- *S1irms w*ui k. li sa "*iciM ~f'ii


county ',upe< W qq:
other as hibdi tc' le
contain the d o bo~ok adopted, he pr~e, location
of agencies, a 'meth 4,itrib Utip an sduch
'other infdortattoi as he may deem unecesmay,
Section 12. As soon after the passage of this sot
as may be practicable, and .the commission hall
deem advisable, tho books adopted as a wUo0ru n sys-
tern of text books, shall be introduced and tised as
text-books,; to thie exelpsfon of l others in- all the
public schools of this State; Provided, That nothing
herein shall be construed to prevent the use of sup-
plementarty books, but such 'uipplementar7y books
shall not be used to the exclusion of 'the books, pre-
scribed or 4~opted under the provisions of tias Act;
And Provided wFrther, That nothing in this Act
shall be construed to prohibit the use -in' public
schools of any text-book upon any branch mentioned
in Section 1, of thie Act, where the Commission shall
not select or adopt a book for -that braitch or. sub-
ject; And, provided further, that fogow o Ror gpg f
ject ^And provided further, That noth ing ithi Act
shall prevent the teaching in any school of any
branch higher or more advanced than is embraced in
Section 1 of this Act, nor the using Of any book, upon
such higher branch of study, provided that such high-
er branches shall not be taught to the exclusion of.
branches mentioned and set out in Section 1 of thie
Act.


Sec. 13. Nothing herein shall be construed to pre-
vent or prohibit the patrons of the public schools
throughout the State from procuring books in the
usual way in case no contract shall be made, or the
contractor fails or refuses to furnish the books pro.
vided for in this Act, at the time required for their
use in the respective schools.
1ec. 14. Any person or teacher violating the pro-
visions of this Act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction punished by a fine of not less
than ten dollars, nor more than fifty dollars.
Sec. 15. Any teacher who shall use, or permit to
be used, in his or her school, any text book upon the
branches embraced in this Act, where the Commis-
sion has adopted a book upon that branch, other
than the one so adopted, shall be guilty of a misde-
meanor, and, upon conviction, punished as provided
in Section 14 of this Act.
Sec. 16. Any dealer, clerk, or agent, who shall sell
any book for a greater sum than the contract price,
shall be guilty of a misdemeainor, and upon convic-
tion shall be punished as provided for in Section 14
of this Act.
Sec. 17. The sum of one thousand dollars, or so
much thereof as nmay be necessary to be paid out of
the School Fund, be and is hereby appropriated for
the purpose of paying the cost and expense of carry-
ing into effect the provisions of this Act.
Sec. 18. Said Text Book Commission shall serve
without compensation, and members of the sub-com-
mission of five shall be paid a per diem of four dol-
lars per day during the time they are actually en-
gaged, int to exceed thirty days, and in addition shall
he repaid all money actually expended by them in
the paymenett of necessary expenses, to be paid out
of the School Fund, and they shall iake out and
swear to an itemized statement ,of such expenses.
Sec. 19. All laws and parts of laws in conflict
with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.
Sec. 20t. This Act shall go into effect immediately
upon its passage and approval by the Governor.


Mrs. Pawet May Sue.
Mrs. Arthur Paget, daughter of the
late Paran Stevens of New York. hasl
come over to her native land from her
home In England to look after her
business interests. It was in 1872 that
she became the wife of General Ar-
thur Henry Paget of the Scots guards
and went to England to lve.
'he tangle of the Paran Stevens mil-
lions has kept lawyers and courts bu.y
for more than-n quarter of a century
'A recent decision" of Chief Justice
Stiness of the supreme court of Rhode
A1


AN ALASKAN LANDSLIDE.
Rather Leisurely, but Eats Up
Groves and Fi-lle River Beds.
All' the morning as we chopped
spongy cott.i wNood, bldew out our lungs
over the irm aidl flipped water from
the blankets .i dull rour which we
thought the river swelled by the rain
was growing louder, louder, I said. "I
guess a w;:*':.-(, c1hoel, 3 p)(il on the
glaelch'l s liia itkn thlinigh." and just
then Jack stopeled out from under the
soaked tarpaulin.
"Look at that, Bobhlie, look at that!"
I heard lhimi shooting. t')tside he was
pointiing a-'iross the itreamt. A land-
slide was r.maring down a gully from
the ver;y top of the Rainbow hills. Itt
Was a stupendous sight. We looked atLI
it silently and then said, both at once,
"I thought an avalanche was sudden."
This thing wiggled like a huge snake
down n sheer 3.000 feet of rock. The
roar s.-mine~d forever to increase. tumt
or smtdko trailed from this thing, and'
enormous lowlders skipped solemnly
from side to side of Its path like peb-
blea Water minlngd with It. and when
It reuacbed 'the terrace it was a bla k
stream. v'iseiis and heavy.
Jiclk bet it wouldn't cross the halt
mile of tiat to the river, but In a mo-
ment we snw towlders shooting o t
over the tt'rrace and aspen grvtes fall
as it laidl with a scythe. A'eaucerouge
fan ate out, to the bank and gravel,
ildOpptd over like lumpy punt. euttflm
deep channels down to the river-O- t.


SIM ATItmRa nPAL. tug.
IWland. if not reversed, wilk depriv -
Mrs. Paget of large sums which were A Place Fo.r His ay.
willed her out of the estate by her Sol Smith iUusselL who saw humor
mother and bher brother. Mrsa. 'lh 1n i ui m y coi=,ni*olu)la(e mtppenmngi
L& Melcher, naran terena' daughter used frequently to tell of meeting an
by' hi t- t rife, c osted the right old farmer at A railway statlopl n a
pi wre. Pa.ge* ote and brother t mall New Yor town whose phlo-
wider the will of -ratw S dcvise phy waS partifarly pat, e*(!n tlugh
tthe tate at their d tha in such a .b. de. itotilts .wekre b*art co pli-
way as to leave he' o ',fter year mentary to the actor, sayU the ica.
of UItigat.m Mrs. MIIel6ertb. a strou Tribune; Russell and his compsabi
,e I r favorr, tOC hesr hat in were awaiting the train when the old
ea. B f h fdght further. genUenmaq walked up_ eyed the ltar a
S" minute or two and asked:
Laow l teamt Rat*e. "Be you the feller that cutt u epews
In a population of .t4i only on e :d at PL'rker's hall last eight? "
ihas occurred, since the be~'nnilng of tIhMe ., company and I gave a perfone-
present century at Prlda.ytorpe Ito the .Where last evening, yea. replied
Yorkshlie last Riding. England. : *:tR4 Eilely ,t
Kt e K pM ReMat leii. W ,.;. thd' r *o. I was there and I bdt
T.' Japa~tee way of g:. kep1 mcat *tolulih att,,nmetitnes. I wanted to 'tial
S th. "O ""'" "; .......... t+'- ,: 1'3 H-^e ..w .










IJJITRHE}:, GA. VILLE $UN: JUNE,... 1, 1903 A..: LL. M....O:V. ,...
jpT H'E NEWS F" M MELROSE.. ,il IABRAMS WIL L Mo .
Nw. oSa. Death of A. A..s, P easVre of Busimess Necessitae s
-aVH.. W aters1 m.t} movrl to Larger Field.

.51. VMeroSe, Mat 2. h... ritr Poeeler of n 1I aC After a successful busin1,: a
J......_-... o1eovering a period of seven years jn
"I have used Ayer's 0 aVtgor r aw'county. wasI Dwn 'estedy ad- .iiostanty go),.
S S I tet Stte for over tur~ny yeats, It ket v ng e ofthe hattels of tW iyof .its birth, James A,
my-scal free from dao dandruff and P o dri he iSaarday to settle up o h toe ondi toae a musical rum ,,,, A
l^ iag gray."-- Mrs, F. A. .Soule, h "Jpa thee Ieading, Club were mEast Liberty sra eet, an d ,,,
flIL BE APPEALED Billings, Mont. .rgalizedl iore-jFriday, with Mrs. O move to Jacksonville, and .
.". Husband-as ~kesieni, Mrs. 3. Craig.. will open in that city. Ti <,.,.
Or.n.i Tet Wah Broughv t by W. J. Thre is this peculiar as vie-presidelit, a nr d Miss Lenagti due to tie rapidly nereasi g t'u'
* no-w: J.tehairsuop lienoto w en. :

ifO Areghtd Cruelty to Son Whom it Vigor- it is a hair food, are to be weekly. o oellerthe b business, in fact al,, ,
I Olainmed Died From Whipping. not a dye. Your hair does "ev.' S. Law ler of ort Myers c.ilities win permi fc him to Ii ann
? *nmof o It ne ot not suddenly turn black, stopped over at Meelrose on his way to ieis ont-erwiih t cv a: (. ,
I te case of W. J. Brake vi. N A.. u tu Alanta. To the great pleasure of his this point, whd, being autH
C ,ilsnd, damage for death of Brake's look dead and ifeleSS many friends he kindly consented to tend his trade under i or!
g.from an alleged whipping which he But graduallyitE old color. preach on Sunday morning and was ireumsanese and r1eL '1:,
. t e while a convict at Mr. Call,- comes back,-all the rich, greeted by a large congregation, who b aere e
. .aMAp,' which has occupied rthe at- dark color it used to have. greatly appreated his excellent ser- art O Lit hbra isnic r wh .the:
tpn on of the United States court in The hair stops falling, too. e.D A. A. Mea has returned DYPEPIA CURL gvea fe very ust and




.P f ksonvillefor te past five days, the r .geisons why the over Mstn 31, ,1
oy brought in a verdictfor the plain- 00 a betle. A dgg s from a two weeks' visit to her brother, sons why the move shoud ,lrlB o
it tn the sum of $6,0K)O. If yor drItst cannot esitpy you, I. Mizelle at Alachua, and reports hav- nde a e states thatJacksone i doing





S.re plaintiff sued for damages in the .o' t e doar int we will eodres cegtsaitha city ewjoyse a
d aladt aee. Fyr da m lg ta thle.e sure aT. .ivethen ne ing had a most pleasant time. Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. L- central, that city enjoys o
s, m of $50O000. It is understood that uf your nearestex rees o ce. Address, A telegram received last night by Nevada, O., was ler of Hilliard, freight rate, which every n, k ,o
the defendant will, through his attor- -, Ro., Lowe-I",Mas. the Rev. Juliau brought the sad news cured by Kodol Pa., was poured a fact, whether it is a just ont. ur
.et, take the ca.e to the court of ap- r- of the sudden deathof the Rev. A. H. of stomach of Chrona Locally his territory wis'l bhi
peals. ELEVE EL.EGY OFFicERS, Waters. This.mail will probably bring had oefted the uol r and naturally the plt
.A Smed.aRTl ASS, ---details. A memorial service will be hia heart Kodol. his sales greater.
A SMArfL ATH IS Fred W. King of Macon Selected held at the Lutheran church on Sun- Mr. Abrameis is the Florida
orth Ganevlle Girl Rewaded for President for Ensuing Year. day May 1, at 11 a. m. for hde celetbrOated Crowzl Ri
::;'.: .. North Ginesville^i Girl Rewardad of has hd ttown ee ye's ats Wandsor. ^h





Her Fidelity to Studies. A largely attended and interesting han, aM fiofr sucha ess. the has tm e ag
Thelrsubject of this sketch is littr meeting of the eve Association of GREATLY ALARMED a teing her i
iss Aleca Schafor, one of' the pupils East Florida Sem nary, being the an- By a Persistent Cough, but Perma- t ument, and w ays better the
of the fifth grade or the Gainesvl soe o D. h isn rgiY a nently Cured by Chamberlain's there will be somethingg doing"a,
Graded and High Shool, who w the oier of Dr. prison odges, Cough Remedy. he gets into a me're extensive li''
ditorium by the receipt of aNhandsome Jhe reports of the various commit'- gr.. u a een t hs removal, and will wish him

golud medal, which cami as a reward tees were made, wlach showed the as- in Greenville, S. C., ha been troubled hi his rem nd
for her regular attendance at school, soiation to be inn excellent condition for four or f ears with eontinr- to0steWhaMs0.h in his new field.O
a well as her fidelity to tudiesn The nanciay and otherwise, a fter which ous cough which he says, greatlyy BODIFORD & McCOLLUR. ei S i o ---
presentation was made by Col. W. the following ffcr re elected for alarmed me, ausng me to far that I o, There is an aching and tired fB
Hampton in a few neat and approprith e ensuing term: was in the afrstage a to RESOLUTION OF RESPECT the ver, bowl and kit oy
te remarks. President, Fred W. King of Macon, Mr. Burbagee having seen Chamber- '.Sba sluggish and f 1einactivel tHdn dig
otwithstanding t this bright a vicepresidet, Christopher lain's Cough Remedy advertised, con- On the Death of a Prominent Church paired, with litt or n
~holar resides in North Gainiesvillo, Matheson of Gainesville; 'secretary eluded to try It. hNow read what here

says of it: soonn felt a remarkable Worker at Windsor. am bition for anything, and a fi
nearly a mile and a half from the ang d treasurer, Ge. M. Lynch of change and afte r using two bottles of Windsor, May 28.-At a recent that the whole body and mid
school building, during the past three Gainesville; executive committee, H. the twenty-live cent size, was perma- session of our Sunday school it was toning up. The trouble is,
terms of eight months each, rain or F. Dutton, Jir., B. K. Thrower, Jr., W. ently cured." Seold by all druggists proposed to adopt resolutions re- ting terthre ar s been eis a
shine, she hAs.not iissedi one day B. Ta lor and T. F. Thomas, Gainesr- ei e inspecting, the death of Mrs. eT. P. Mont- Herbine will remove it, secure th
attendance, nor has she been one tine ville, J. L. Doggett, Jacksonv lle, n. J. Hope Items. goe ery, therefore secretions a right exi, and hy il
Hone I Ionry threo r scein aehoroo right e, ay Ee t
evsn tardy. Many a cold, wet an MltcheJ, Taimpa, and H. Fred Smith, Hope, May 29.-The farmers are very Whereas, We, members of Wesley effect, fully restore the wasted
disagreeable morning she has trudgedThe Jasper busy gathering their oats. The oats Chapl6 Sunday school, realizing that and give strength in place of a
through nasty mud, facing a blind, The aocato discussed a leng have made a very good crop and they in the rootion to higher service of a Johnson Bros. .
drizzling rain, to roach her school, in matters pertaining to the good of the have fine weather to gather them. our dear sister, Mrs. E. E. Montgom- JUSTICE COLMAN'S COUR
which she hi s always .taken great association, after which ae adjourn- Mrs. R. E. Johnson, who has been on ery, we havesustained the loss of one
pride menhet was made. the sick list for some time, is able to of our mostfaithful teachers;therefore Ethel Hardwood Strick Bo
Miss Alesa is now ti her thirteenth PLAYED 1097 GAMES. be out again, and all are glad to see Resolved, That we extend sympa- Broken Plate and it Cost He
year, her birthday having been prop- iher recover, thy to her bereaved .husband and be- Because Ethel Hardwood, t
erly celebrated on the 2nd inst. She isl Interesting Chess Contest Between R. H. Smith is shipping his phches. loved superintendent, also to her class elate colored lass of thirteen si
a young lass of a very amiable dispo- Two Excellent Players. He has a good exop and hopes to get a of young people whorushe so long and and a button, struck Thos. hlarria
sltion, and a general favorite among In a prolonged series of chess games good price for them. faithfully tought. *other chocolate colored subject t
her schoolmates and the faculty. She which began early last September and We are sorry to note that Mrs. Alice Sister Montgomery was always at years of age, with a piece of plat
is well advanced inall her st udies in lasted until Tuesday of the preset t Beck is on the sick list. Hope to see her post. We miss herdvoice in song, was compelled to cough imp $1
school, besides being accomplished week between Captain Hughes of her well soot, and her strong, cheery presence every- costs, aggregating $4, in Justic,
otherwise. She has taken elocution East Florida Seminary and JT W. Et- Mrs. Julia Sherouse and 'Miss Maud where. Our school will look forward man's court Wednesday.
from Mhers. J.B. Holley, and music tel, proprietor of the Brown House, Beck am of Campville wdle visiting to the time in the "sweet bye and Thomas is a mighty polite h,
from Mrs. J. A. Goodwin. She also Mr. Ettel case out victorious, the re- relatives here Monday. 4 bye," when we shall meet her on that seems. He met Ethel in the'
performs nicely on the guitar. As a suit being 559 against 538. Wilton Sanders of this place has "beautiful shore." COMMITTEE. road" in the Spring Hill quarter
declaimershe stands second tu no girl Both gentlemen are first-class play- gone to St. Augustine to spend a while Too Great a Risk. says Tom to Ethel, "g.od nur
of hertog, her voite being powerful, t rs, and conducted the contest with a with relatives In almost every neighborhood some- Ethel." Says Ethel to 'Thomaris
clear and distinct. She is a viirnsom-e Mrs Ophelia Barrington, wife of morning, you pie-faced pi'c
child and it is natural enough nehat ery Vigorous spirit. The series 1tt one hac cor f
shelnd is thearidofuher parents-thet tracted a great dealof interest in the John Barrington, died at hr home last cholera diorbus, often before medicine gor."
be is the pride of her parents-the police of tie Brown House, where the Saturday. The remains were laid to could be procured or a physician sum- "Why should you 'preach me
blithe companion of her ftrother, the games were played. rest at, Ochwilla, the old family'cem- moned. A reliable remedy for these mannah?," asked Thomais, ,rh.
only idol of her father-atboth of w"- -- etery. She leaves a husband, three diseases should be kept at hand. The met her as a gentleman shwlhd m
are of he Wastes of the Body. daughter, and one son to mourn her risk is too great fo any one to take. lady.
been the custom and law am, ug 3Ger- Every seven days the blood, muscle death. C hamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud "I'll preachh you wid dis late.
mans to keep their iildren at school and bones of a ma of average sizesl s a
steadily until educated,and this young lose two pounds of wornout tissue. Cures When doctors Fail. Diarrhea Remedy has undoubtedlyled thomas,eltrkgas shm red the
miNss is a bright example to others. This waste cannot be replenished and Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Pattrson, La., saved the lives of more people and rem.-hn sting a bh.
Confidence was not misplaced ini this the health and strength kept up with writes Jude 8th, 101: had alaria hieved more pain and sueriig than This led to e arrest adu
token of reward, which the recipient out perfect digestion When the fever i very bad form, was under ways be depended upon. For sale by triaof Ethel, with the resut a
well merits and appreciates. Jrn. atonmach atid digestive organs fail to treatment by doctors, but aen akoone as I all druggists and medicine companies. a m ted. "I' ought to linev, y


perform their functions, the strength stopped taking their medicine the fever --------- ct for acting so ula
A Little Early Riser lets down, health gives way, and dis- lold return. I used a sample b.ttle Delightful Social Function. i.t eor acting Jo ulman l
Now and thheat bedtilmlo 'will eure ease sets up. Kodol Dyspepsia Quro A.sme Miose h ra can FudDais. at Justice Colman
constipatit, biliousness ad vr eabls the stomach and digest.lv6 of Herbine, found it helped me. Then Miss Frances and Maude Davis at easy this tripbeca
rcoiupatiks. il\io's Lit atln tar gns to digest and assimilate all of the bought two bottles, which completely the elegant home of their parents. yoing and appear to be ratdr
troubsle. e\vitt'as ittle Early wholesome food that may be eaten cured me. I feel grateful to you for South University street, WVednesday, regarding the ways of the wlr'i
Rira aro th 1 famous little pii0 that into t phe kind of blood that rebuilds the furnishing such a splendid medicine, entertained the members of Company thel's mother, with a .
ourg theb bowels gently, et effectio ally mov trength of te d and body and can honestly recommend it to A, young lady students of East Flor- down where some women
and giving such on an stret d cures indigestion, dyspepsia and those suferiig frontali, as it will Ida Seminary, of which they are me fina al belongings and p
the glands of the stomach and liver all stomac obles. It i an ideal 'tl Johnson Bros bers. The occasion was largely at- cash, whereupon Ethel was re
that the cause of tIhe trotibit is re- pri tonic. Sold by Bodiford & M- tended,and those present, it it needles ..
moved entirely, and if their use is con- Colum. ... Card of Thanks. to state enjoyed, the affair immensely. Change In Schedule
tinued for a few days,.there will lie no North Gainesville Society. To those who have aided and corn- As hostesses the Misaes Davis proved BeginningThursday, May "
Bodiford &c Mcollutim. The hone of Mr. and Mrs. R, T. orted me during my years of anguish themselves adequae, and the guests change was made in the se(
Schaler was the scene of unusual gaiety and in my final-hour of trial .I. beg to are under obligations for a most enjoy- the Florida :Est Coast railiY
Flushthe Hydrants' Wednesday night, the occasion being extendd my heartfeft thanks. ablafternoon Same trains will be operated
Inasmuch as thie sumner season is a birthday party given in honor of Mi You havewon the lasting gratitude ,-main line as hirtofore, the
upoxn us, which is regarded as the most Melissie Newmanl, Sister- of Mrs, o h oe wther andmyself, andg Tpomise Burning of Totuacco W"ahoU.i ohangea being that '. 7
unhealthy season ofthe ar, it has Schafr, who has jst entered her o God a my itne, you shall Olilai S. May 9.-neof th Miami at 6 a.m instead of
betnuggested that thle water hydrants sixteenth year in thiabrtght and sunny ,through an' act oft inet re- larte tobacco warehouse bf School- riving Jacklonville 7 p. m. i
throughout the city should be flushed world. gm ghtvn kind8r o i hatyoufshall find meld, la&twrlght & ,O., at MUitfl. 7:30, Train N' 798 leaves .h
.. roughout gr~ t yo .. "indn ss that You' tirl0u .ou ytY, lpa de troyed :by i p.m instead Of 5,and'arri ,'s
at- ltgular intervals in order to insure There were present a large number te a better mn th, verbefre. a .couty, w .destroyed by r p. m tead nd arr
perfooet health to lthe consuniers of city of young folks, amdit is unlnecessary to y God ever. ba you ad you resultlt l a t $10, change i schedules of tr:
water. state that all who attended enjoyed loved 6nes,is my heartfelt prayer to-X. p -ng.le.29 aid 99.
In. e matter is inere ly OfTered a a sug- 'Ol)e affair ininensely, Mr, and Mrs. night. Grmtefullyi to-
D'hoe work tilt) S rA
I Mion'ahI it 1h oeed that the sp Sca the ttion of being en Far- Sai 0
idntof thewaterworksi ell Oevr entertain rs, and this occasion Holder. F'May 26 th, ,190 on living 0 a fan
ake' action n the mat ter. was o.exeeti to th rle FoTthoseWon r ,.e Word r ain time m
Th. X-Rays. ..'''r.priato to the oveaoio, Mid -ini t Dr. Bergin, Pana, I.l, writes: "I White' s Cream. V ge. has
:1t'.m ":. .".eeennal.elexperintents, byy rtpraeticealr talhy, dHciotes rteh'ti-n snt wre u hav usew a allard'l Snow Liniment; achieved a world, wide putation as ed him a bottle of hait
t I':: S htnd extmination wiiththe aid of served. : ": 'always red6-iimeld it to my friends, a beu g the best aU wi estoyers, Balm and told hin to u8' b
ti shash a fact that .' From a SatScratch ;. ....... ..: onlentherisn o bete iade. andtor t.tonicnfluse o eak.'a .' Rit atisdar
,S" r Wn1ts %i 'ons. tOt o.arm, to.tihe. wort .ofat. ptx: ., -a idiw.:tt ti :." .' !hoe whofai smtri _l.'t,a '..ti^t isesthe.t)i.: p 5 N l"'' *T '
ii^^t Pr a^m ilk, itk '.".4 Ln. swr 6n hail: .nELa wm4 a 'l 'Iuiki. 's*& A l f t ^ deP.ol' EBn N '









....OL B OK" DBILL.

57. 67
58
Providing a Uniform System or s

Series of Text Books

CLAIMED THAT THE PASSAGE OF BILL WOULD RESULT 08
It RiJDUCING COST OF BOOKlS 10 to so PVR GCET. 64
A MthASiLRE OF IMPORTAWCi TO TH EDUCATIONAL, 65
INTRBMST8 GP THE STA.TE. 0

Owl-a to Repeate4 D*te.sf tf- Pitblaeed f1 Full tbh 568
Text of Seiator H. Ha MoQ0eary' as 1 Rowtl4y 69
latr"4uaod lv the 8~eater Prl4dalfs for as lorm 70
Series or System of Books to be Used i asl the 71
Public Schools of the Stpte. The Bili Speaks for Itself 72
sad Is Well -Worthy of Study by Those Ivterested lI 78
Educattomel matters. 4
75
AN ACT Constituting a State Text Book Commission 70(
and Directing and Empowering Said commission to 77
Select and Adopt a Uniform Series or System of Text 78
Books for use in the Publio Schools of the State of 79
Florida. 0

Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: 81
82
Section 1. The Governor, the State Superintend- 88
2 ent of Public Instruction, the Secretary-of State, the 84
8 Attorney-General, and the Treasurer, shall be, and
*4 are hereby constituted a State Text Book Commis- 2
5 sion, whose duty it is to select and adopt a uniform g
6 series or system of text books for use in the public 4
7 schools in the State of Florida. Said commission is 5
8 hereby authorized, empowered and directed to select 6
9 and adopt a uniform system or series of text books 17
10 for use in the public schools of this State, and when 8
11 so selected and adopted, the text books shall be 9
12 used for a period of five years in all the public 10
18 schools of this State and it shall not be lawful for 11-
14 any school officer, director or teacher to use any other 12
16 books upon the same branches, ether than those 18
16 adopted by said State Text Book Commission. Said 14
17 uniform series shall include the following branches of 15
18 study, to-wit: Orthography, reading, writing, arith- 1(3
19 metic, geography, grammar, language lessons, his- 17
20 tory of Florida, containing the constitution of the 18
21 State, history of the United States containing the 19
22 constitution of the United States, physiology and 20
28 hygiene, elements of algebra, elements of plain 21
24 geometry, elements of natural philosophy, book- 22
25 keeping, elements of civil government, rhetoric, 28
26 and higher English and such other branches of. 24
27 study in addition to the foregoing as said commis- 25
28 sion may select and designate for use in the public 20
29 schools of this State; Provided, that none of said text 27
80 books shall contain anything of a partisan or sect- 28
81 arian character. 29
Section 2. It shall be the duty of said commissino 80
2 to appoint a sub-commission of five, to be selected 81
8 from among the teachers, city or county superintend- 82
4 ents actually engaged in the school business in this 81f
5 State; Provided, That not more than two of these 84
6 shall be taken from any congressional district, to 85.
7 whom shall be referred all books sent to the State 86
8 Text, Book Commission as specimen copies, or sam- 87
9 ples, upon which bids are to~be based, and it shall be 88
10 the duty of said sub-commission, in executive session, 89
11 to examine and report upon the merits of the looks, 40
12 irrespective of the price, taking into consideration 41
18 the subject matter of the books, their printing, their
14 material and mechanical qualities, and their general 2
16 suitability and desirability for the purposes for which 8
16 they are desired and intended. It shall further be 4
17 the duty of said sub-commission to report to the corn- 5
18 mission, at such time as said commission 'may direct, 6
19 arranging each book in its class or division, and -re 7
20 porting them in the order of their merit, pointing 8


21 out the merits and demerit, of each book, and indi, 9
22 cating what book they recommend for adoption first; *10
28 what bxok is ,their second choice; what their third 11
24 choice and Bso on, pursuing this plan with the books 12
25 submitted upon each branch of study. And if said 18
20 sub-commission shall consider different books on the 14
27 same'smbjeet, or of the same class or division, of ap- 15
28 proximately equal merit, all things being considered, 16
29 they shall so report and if they consider that 17
29. any of the books offered are of such class as to 18
80 make them- inferior and not. worthy of adoption 19
80. they Shall, in their report, so designate such books, 20
,i' and in s nai report they shall make such recommenda- 21
lions aea4 suggestions to the commission as they shall 22
82 deem advisable and proper to make. Said report 28
88 shall be kept secret and sealed up and delivered to 28
4 4 tie secretary of the commission, and said report ph 24
86 iot be opened by any member of the commission 25
88 until the commission shall meet in executive session 263
87 to open and consider the. bids or proposals of pub. 27
S liaseb or others desiring to have books adopted by 28
89 id commission. Each member of said sub '4 mion, before entering upon the discharge of his 80
41 duties, shall take and subsmribe to an oash to act hoo. o*
p. 42 etly, conscientiously and faithfully, and that he- is 8a
48 not, directly or indirectly, in any manner, intrested 88
inn^ ot the 'f ~ a~ r boi^k


nd'adopti6on of the uniform series of text books 4
and shall themselves consider the merits of the 44
books, taking into conside ration their subject matter, 45
the printing, binding, material and mechanical qual- 46
ities and their' general suitability and desirability for 47
the purposes intended, and the price of said books, 48
and they shall give due consideration a.ai, weight to 49
the report and reconnmmendation of said sub-oommis- 50
sion; Provided, That no text book, the subject mat- 51
ter of which is ot inferior quality, hall he adopted 652
by the Text Book Commission, Said bommission 68
shall select and adopt such books as will, in their 564
beat judgment, accomplish the ends desired, and they 65
are hereby authorized and directed, in case any book 60
or books are deemed by them suitable for adoption, 57
and more desirable than other book. o* books of the 68
same class submitted, and they further consider the 69
prices at which such book or books Are otfered to be :60
unreasonably high, and that it-should be offered at a 61
smaller price to immediately notify the publisher or 02
offerer of such book or books of their decision and re- 68
quest such reduction in price as they deem reasonable 64
or just, and if they and tilhe publishersshall agree on a 66
rice, they may adopt t his book or books, but if not, 66
they shall use their own-sound judgment and discre- 67
tion whether they, will adopt that, or the book or 68
books deemed by them next best in the list submit- 69
ted, and' when said text-book commission shall have 70
finished with the report ot said sub-comnission, the 71
said report shall be filed and preserved in the office 72
of tihe State Superintoeden, of Public Instruction, 78
and shall be open at all times for public inspection. 74
Section 8. Said text hook commission shall, im- 75
mediately after the passage and approval of this act, 76
meet and'organize, the Govornor being e.r-officio P'rsi- 177
dent of the commission and the State Superintetndent 78
of Public I instruction shall be the SecrOtary of tlie com-
mission. As soon as practicable, not later than thirty 80
days after its organization,tti commission shall ldver- 81
tise, in such manner and for such length of time, and 82
at such places, as may be deemed adv sabl)e, that at a 83
time and place.definitely fixed in said advertisement, 84
sealed bids or proposals winJ no received tron.m tihe 5
publishers of school text looks for furnishing hbooksj 86
to the public schools in the State of Florda,, through 87
agencies established by said publishers in the several 88
counties, amnd plcos iln couties, ii tlhe State, as mIay 89
be provided for it suctih regulations as said voulmin.- 90
sion may adolpt arid prescribe. Tilh bids satls to'be for fur'iishinig the books fora period o 4 live 2
years, and no l(on)ger, and' that no 1)id for a longer ,
period would be considered. Said bid or bids shall 4
state specifically and definitely the price at wltich the 5
book or books will be furnished, and shall b)o aeoon- 6
panied by one or more specimen copies of eacla and 7
every book proposed to he furnished, and it, shall be 8
required of each bidder to dupoHit with the Treasurer V
of the State a sum of money such as the commission 10
may require, not less than five hundred dollars, nor 11
more than twenty-five hundred dollars, according to 12
the number of books each bidder may propose to 18
supply, and notice shall be further given in said I
advertisement that sucli deposits shall be t'orfeitoed
absolutely to the State if the bidder making the 18
deposit of any sum shall fail or refuse to make and 17
execute such contract and bond as is hereinafter 18
required, within such. time as the comainissioni may 19
require, which time shall also be stated in said adver- 20
tisement. All bids shall be sealed and deposited 21
with the Secretary of State to be by him delivered to 22
the commission when they are in executive session, 28
for the purpose of considering the same, when they 24
shall lbe opened in the presence of thie commission. 25
Section 4. "It shall be the duly of the said text 26
book comnissiomi to meet ait the time auil place 27
designated in such notice or advertisement and take 28
out the sample or specimen copies submitted, upon 29
which the bids are based, and refer and submit these 80
to the sub-commission as provided for and directed in 81
Section 2 of this Act, with instructions to said sub- 82
comnmmission to report back to them at a time specs 184


itled with their report, classifloations and reconm- 4
mendations, as provided for in Section 2. When the 86
said report is subniitted it shall be the duty of the 86
said text book commission to meet in executive ses- 87
sion, to open and examine all sealed proposals subt 88
mitted and received in pursuante of the notice oL 89
advertisement provided for in Section 8 of this Act. 40
It shall then be the duty of said 6Odmil'niios to 41
examine and consider care ly all such bids or pro- 42
ixsals, together with theo ort and reconmmnenda- 48
tiona of the sub-coimmurm and determine, in. the 44
manner provided in Sec1i1a 2 of this Act, what book 46
or books upon the branches horeinatbbvt Honmtionmed, 40
shall be selected for adoption, taking irito considlora- 47
tion the size, quality as to subject matter, material, 48
printing, binding, and the me-,halical xeautKio 1 an4d 49
price, and the general suitability fo r'thopurpoe-s-de- 60
#ired and intended; Provi4ed,that all bivsa selected or 61
arpted shal -be written or printed in English, After '8
their selb*tion f6-radoption shall have boeni~m ade, 8
the said commitson, shall- ty registered letter notify' r
the publishers or proposers to whom the contract m o
have been awarded, and it shall then be the duty of .i
the Attorney-(jeneral of the ftato, ta prepare the
saud contract or contract' in ac ordance with the -2
terrums and provisions of this Act, and the said coo- 8
tracA $0a0l. executd %a 4


braced in said contract, at a price below or less thaa
the price stipulated in the said contract. And the said
commission in hereby aLuthorised and directed at any
time they may find that any book or books have been
sold at a lower price under contract to any state,
county, or school district aforesaid, to sue upon the
'boud of said contractor and recover the diIference
between the contract price ,and the lower price at
which they find the book or bo0ka have seen sold.'
And in oase arSy contractor shall fai 'to execute
specifically the terms and provisions of his contract, W
said commission is hereby authorized, emt-powejredi:'
and directed to bring suit upon the bond o0f uoh Con
tractor for the recovery of any and all jdmimjage, the,
suit to be in the name of the State of Fi6li4ida,. and
the recovery for the benefit of the oihoo'i fnd. Bu
nothing in this Act shall be cointre d'4 as : o pre*
'vent. said commission and any codtrA t agreein. :
.hUereto, from in any mianner ohngig t' altering
any contract, .proVidoed four nmxi rso'4. the comm-i
- mion .hall agree to'thhe change .nd think t advisiabl# ib
and fur the 'lst inttrots of du he ilic school. o(
S.this state.- t',>all other matters4mAjority .O'f said
commission ha tU r0! : '.'' ; .... ha1 c"nlro
. ,Section It s' l 8h'<, tm art f ne ..Y" ,
and conditions of verW1t0 made in pu
ofYthi* 4At t .'iF Foriad s alli
Ub4ftoe n turQt i a m.nt^


tractor shall eater into a bod in the "
than ten thousand dollar, nrt more
thousand dollars, payable, to the State o i
the amount of said bond within said lialitato bhel
by said commission, conditioned for the faithft
honest and exact performance of his contract, and
shall further provide for the payment of reasonable
attorney's fees in case of recovery in any suit upon ..
the same, with throe or.more good and tolvent sure-"
ties, actual citizones nd residents of the State of
Florida, or any guaranty company authorized to do
business in the State of Florida may become the
surety on the said hond, and it shall be the duty of .1
the Attortey.-4heral to prepare and approve said
bond; Provided, however, that said bond shall not
be exhausted by a single recovery, but may be sued
on from time to time, until the full amount thereof
shall be recovered, and the said commission inay, at
any time, by giving thirty days notice, require addi-
tional security or additional bond within tih limits
prescribed. And when any person, firm or corpora-
tion shall have been awarded a contract, and sub-
mitted therewith the bond as required hereunder, the
commission, through its secretary, shall so inform
the Treasurer of the State, and it shall then be the
duty of the Treasurer to return to such contractor
the cash deposit made by him, and the said commis-
sion, through its Secretary shall inform the Tread-
urer of the names of the unsuccessful bidders or pro.
posers, and tho.Treasurer shall, upon receipt of this
notice, return to them the amount deposited in cash
by them at the time of the submission of their bids,
But should any person, firm, company or corporation
fail or refuse to execute the contract, and submit
therewith his bond as required by this Act, within
thirty-days of the awarding of the contract to him,
and the mailing of the registered letter containing
the notice, provided, the mailing of the registered
letter shall be sutfliient evidence that the notice was
given and received, the said cash deposit will be
deemed and is hereby doolared forfeited to the State
of Florida, and it shall bo the duty of the Treasurer
to place said (,cah deposit in the treasury of the State
to the credit of the school fund. And, provided fur-
ther, that any recovery had on any bond, given by
any contractor, shall inure to the benefit of the
school fund and bo prorated among the several coun-
ties of the State.
Section 6. The books furnislid under any con-
Aract shall at all tiinos, during the existence of the
contract, be equal to, in all respects, the speoimenri
or sample copies furnished with bids; and it shall
be the duty of the Secretary of State to carefully
proservo in hi ofle o, as the standards of quality
and excellence to be maintained in such books, dur-
ing the continuance of such contract, the specimenO
or sanulleo copies of all books which have been the
basis of any contract, together with the original bid ,
or proposal. It shall be the duty of all contractors
to print plainly on the h1aok of ( aoich book the oou-
tract prico as woll as the exchange price at which it
is agr,~ed to be furn iheod, but the books submitted '
as samiiple or spiecimni copies with the original bid
shall not have the )prico printed ori them before they V
arle su im ittod to the sub-commission,and the said text 2V
book comminUion shall not in any case, oontrAct with
any person, publlishir or publishers, for the use 'ofi
any book or books which are to be or shall he sol.d "o
patrons for use in any pu1) lic school in this 8tele, ii
at a price abwov or in excess of the price at wohi"hi
such book or books are furnished by said peersn,.,
publisher or publishlior, under contract to any State,
county or school district in the United States, under il
like conditions prevailing in this State .d unudeg
this, act. And it shall be stipulated. irir'f"0bl eoh "ip
tract that the contractor has never furnuid,(, anid il
not now furnishing under contract, any State, county
or school dustzict in the United Stateg, where like
conditions prevail as are prevailing in. this State, and3
tnrlo thin Act, the same book'or books as are em-




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iXi I NO. --88


(AINEISLLE, FLORIDA, MONMAY, JUNE 1,1903


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


LIUKMEASURES

KENTUGKY TOWN

ns Proteot courthouse
ad Jail at Jatkson.
CITIES ARE VIGILANT.,

*istently Rumored that the
kineers Are Gathering and Will
an Attempt to Release Jett
rhite.
loe, Ky., May -30.-Aidvlees
ckaon. th4s morning, ladicate
is quiet.
,e was some firing during the
nobody was hurt.
-untaiu passe,- into the little
guarded duringg the night
its of militia. Rumn at (he Inounta0ieers are gath-
wll ma ie a attempt to re-
and iWhite as.d the vigilance
.horlties has been doubled.
lting and Hotchkias guns are
aces believed to be the most
us to the troops and for the
of the jail.
-is -known of the whereabouts
1cIwen, who left yesterday


troops ttthere. There # been no a0;'
tack on the jail, but a sentry, fired at:
an object which did not stop when
challenged, killing a eow. I
*"Phe situation has bee uniehanged,
and* our state is ,being.done an injus-;
tice. The officers are doing every-
thing in their power to enforce the law,
oonvict criminals and establish peace
and order. No reinforcemeato of:
troops has been requested, or ta need-
ed." .

ORDERING AMMUNITION.

Every General Store In Feud Ridden
Section Receiving Supplies. .
Louisville, Ky., May 80.-- Every gen-
Oral store in the feud reddeta d-istricti
of Breathitt hasi* tece ve& a consign-
ment of ammunition during the past
week, It Is Impos&sblo to ascertain
the amount of balls ad. cartridges
dhlpped into Jackson and the hamlets
nearby, but it was admitted today by
the head of an ammunition tore In
Louisville, that shipments h d been
n de.
I."We supply that terrktoy," sald
-Cl1onel Belknap, head of the firm of
Belknap & Co., "wdthall their ammonu1
tloa. I cannot say that the hipmenta
since the trouble began have'been ex-
traordrinary, 'but all of the dealers an
that territory have been supplied dw-
ing the past week." i
Colonel Belknap declined. to say


believed to be the first ac- w:'t:ir any arms hai been sent, and
ormatlon regarding an at' refused to affirm or deny the report
release Jett and White. came ttat a largo number of firearms and 14-,
rning. It is sadd several of %00 cartridges had been sent to Jacle.
tain desperadoes have been son since Monday.
jht and ,day since the two W. B. Hargis, one of the principal
Were lodged in jail here, In the Hargls-Oockrell feud, which hea
the- news of the capture and caused the trouble, keeps a general
Tred to rescue their comrades. store in Jackson and It is said a large
'ry authorities here have no consignment was sent him early in the
,telligence from the moun- week.
although many effort havee
to secure something more \ BOYS PASS MUSTER.
ey have been fruitless.
en decided to keep an out- Qualified for Admission to West Point
roads and mountain passes-- .- Military Academy.
t night, but during the day. Wushington, May 30.--The following
probably result 4n a call candld'ates are among those who have
troops and the field of opera- qualified for admission to the military
widened. All newspaper academy on June 15, 1903:
-ents have been put in a tent Alabama-William L. Martin, JT.,
litary camp. They were Melvin G. Farria and Thomas L. Coles,
topping at the little hotel Arkansas-'Fred H. Ooleman, Homer
were brought in yesterday Scott and William F. Perln.
rs of the military authorl- Georgia--Warrn Lctt, Jr., Emmet C.
e of the writers. Is allowed Wilson, William4lt Henry, Paul J. Hor.
matter for hds paper after ton.
all must remain In camp South Carolina--Calhoun Ancrum.
until sunrise under mill- Tennessee-Lewis Greer. Abbott
islon. Several of the cor- Boone, Richar.I H. Kilm.nall, Charles A.
s who tried to send stories Harris, Jr., Early J. Mcses, James P.
pers of the shooting two Marley, Sloan Doak and Hal A. Ham-
were placed under arrest ilton.
e leaving camp and return.- The following candidates found men-.
tents, tally qualified are ordered for physical
legraph offJce will remain examination at West Point on June 21.
ht hereafter until ordered Plorida-T---'homas C. pencer.
.the superintendent's office Georgi--4Jbobert M. Oheaey.
al company in mbtArille, OMkahotrm-m.trederiek W. (GrOe40
retpoadents eaumet go to
which is l to he Leitngton DEATH LOST GROWS.
railroad depot, onmmt ---
tary raul. Ateimteye fr TlMrteen Killed In Southern Wreck at
tile Jett and Wit ea Bryan, Ala. i
Morning to allow a Jury lrmainx h Ala., wr 80.-It is now
from another ooasty thtm reported that n aU,..p othe eight
h n court convened Judge trainmen who were kielldit the South-
r the objeottio of Mr. ern railway freight wt l at Bry1 a ,
iihe defense, set the case yesterday, five trampa, four negroep
June 1; when the com- and one white man, were killed and
111 make its announce- burned. -
trial ill not he entered The bodies of none of the missing
I the condition are con- .menhave been recovered.
-ble by both sideS,. Two engineers, Samuel Johnson and
IIm declined to remove W. T. Acker, were taken out alive, but
whose term of office ex-i afterward d4ied.
Wasa d who emawet act in All the other dead men were cer
Jury for this caae. loti mated.. '-
to agree on what com- A sore -or more of loaded cars were
he drawn from. Court burned and the debris was still burn-
until tomrrot. Ster, -tg at last accounts.
today that W wbl4 -
-asaslaetion s cases. A Manohurlan Situation Unchanged.
be appointed for them. Iodon, Mr 30.-Accortdil0 to a di.s
l th bas appo uted ai patch to The Times the lttiatn e
and the defense -5. 2 MaicharA is unchies0c and au, 0
Was reached by the ots a4ree t-at Ba la is prespasgi
M|_ t*ont ten^s. A Mwel quntflMq
"*BiUt ^ ( ,ortler on the spot report th a'
E"CKHAM TAl. .I" ain teste prepIn
S "l g ainttn the pta ong f o~ ders
L. Bing Do e t iW,000.o tont of o0al, wMhic betray
,at Jackeo n a warlike attitude. Steamers, aalk
Ilpk c frmMthe oorrespondents, are comotanry U-
iadi gPoal and .bread stuffi at MOrt
,I1ams, ehg. Arthar, ut IeeaWr, the 0 1"sian swi
at ,Acko WIl la tetr, Is ixpeoted to arrit ea this P
ooa for a conA- tomorrow.
vernor our tb^ sttkaf
row t. 0 oerw*' Ae"es J*effrs- ranted Ivore*
msornaa: Zoa4on. May P.-'Allus Jeart, s *
Ito comamn seies, ha bae pratct_ 'f divertJ
16 #th (oik wl W% *a. m H ah o


TOPIC OF THE HOUR I

IN NOINn ClIRCLES


COTTON AREA INtRfASrEo.
ondition of the Crop Far Below Last
Year.


-* i I I I New York, May 30.-The Journal of
S, Comraerce will today Issue the results
haberlain's Protectionista of a careful investigation of the acr-
Sage planted, in cotton, the condition of
Sthe plant, and the progress of farm
.MAKES OC HIS AS3RTION. work. Those results in brief are;
First, an crease, to be exact, of
Reciprocal Trade Betweoon the Mothet ight-tenvth of 1 per cent in tho area
Under cultivation; second, a elocrease
Country and Her Colonies Question of 16.9 points In cohndltlin, and, third,
of the Hour.-Columns of Comment areoement that the season Is two or
three weeks late.
Fill Papers. In other words, an increase of 24,-
Lonidon, May 30.-OMlonial Secretary 422 acres as nldlcated, while the
hanamberlain's protectlonast policy is crop's average condition is 75. cnmpar-
the all-prevtlUllg topie of discussion ed with 91.0 reportoiJ last year by vir-
here, Ht masterful assertion that tally thie sate corrcspondentsl.
he would make reciprocal trade be- The returns are front 1,300 corre.
tween the mother country aSd h' epontldents whoso reports bear average
ooloniea the question of the ho or h1A date of May 24. North Carolida re-
been sensationally fultitled. Odlumna portse Iear average date of May 34.
of comment fill the afternoon nwspa- North Carolina reports an Increaneod
pers and every one is asaktlg: area of 6 per cont or 68.843 aeres;
"Doea It mean dissolution?" South -Carolina 4 per cent, or 89,171
The people mraalntua hat tbh gov- acres; Georgia three-teuths of 1 per
emntent coznteoplates apqptealng to the cent, or 11,872 acros; 'lorida, 1 per
country on preferential trade andt ol gent, or 2-,61 acres; Alabama, a de-
age pensions immediately -tter the croase of 3 pIer cont. or 109,7699 craee;
cloAe of the present season of parlia- Mississippi, a decreasee of 1 per cent,
tpMt at the beginning of Angust., while or 22,701 acres.
others maintain that the government Louislana and Texas, no change from
bho not the slightest intention of giv- last year; Arkansas, linwreise Iof 6 per
iag up itv-iuexplred term oft"fce. c t, or 120,418 wr ; Tonne 4iv in-
The Telegraph generally .....asir- creao of 4 per elint, or 12,150 acres;
ed says: I the Indian Territory, an Increase of 5
"The issue could not be voted on for per cent, or 33,685 acre.
at least eighteen .monts, but ip the In condition. North Carolina reports
meantime the department, will give a decrease of 10 per cent; South Caro-
the country and parliament every op'. I1na of 17 Por cenit; G(eorgla, of 22 per
postunity to discuss it." out; Plori.la, of 10 per cent; Alnbham ,
A definite decision will probably be f 1 5 per arrived at shortly, ann' will d4epand a.l- cent; IAuishOwna 12 per cen('nt; Texas,
most entirely on the result of thu prop.- l per cent; Arkanas, 15 per cent;
agenda now u-ndertaken by the pro;i Tennessee, 10 per coat, and Indian Tor-
and the members of the -Iouse of corn- rtory, 10 per cent.


mons. If the indications show that
Mr. Chamberlain Is likely to have the S 8AWCD WAY TO LIBERTY.
country at his back a genoraL election ....
at the end of this year is extremely Four Noted Prlsoners Escape Irom the
probable. Jackaon, Tenn., Jail.
The colonial secretary himself, the Momphis, Tenn., May 30.- Associated Press learns, Is doubtful if to Thoe cimltar frorn Jackson, Tenn.,
he cAn win out just at present, but telle of the ecapo from the county
he is enfusilaltically positive that with jall there early this morning of four
political agitation the contituencies note prisoners, all of whom wore (on-
can be brought to see the wisdom of vited In Sefl)y county. They are
his policy. Thoae who have discus- Sam Miller, wfo-r murder under sen.
ad the scheme with its author, say hbe tece of doath; T,eo Kahn anel George
never exhibited such keen Interest In Day, hold-up men, elntoanced to.
any topic. years' imprisonment; Gorgo Carroll,
Inthis the coloal scretar k robber, sentenced to 12 years In
Is absolutely-In harmony with Premier the ppnltentlairy,
Balfourd-n.d ,harl)ors no designs on the he ien sawed their way through
promlershdip. Ira general oleclon so- a window il the second story of the
curs tomorrow and Mr. Chamberlain's Jall and, let themselves to the groun i
program were carried out. Mr. l, with blankets, A vigorous t.aron,
four would again take the reinrt of gov- aided by bloodhounds, la noiw In prog.
ernment. The only practical develop-
ment likely to occur In the near fUturne 1
is a sorleB of political speeches ftoj YOUKON GOLD OUTPUT.
the leaders on both ~ldes The oppo. ,
Sition is almost solidly opposed t0 It Will Exceed Last Year's by Many
modification of free trade and will eoi. Millions,
deavor to arouse that ; lic ftroen, Veneouver, B. C., May 30,-A pfemealt
which was a"oolated wih t'., ,or a from Dawson today says:
tax days. Mr. Chamher1an' Mr. Bal.~ Never before In the history of baek,
four a.nd such unionists .as a ro with lag in Dawson havo there- o n such
them will extend from the publ i, tha heavy irchaees of gold du.t as yes-
degTee of support which they may In i trday ad today. The amounts pur.
terpret as a popular mandste. Al Oaseo by the two banks here in con-,
signs point to a lengthy ,empaign on" section with the large amounts depth*
-the lines of protection versus xtre4 Ited for sate keeping, will aggregate
trade, which lI likely to detroy party upwrds of- $1,250,000.
lMns almost as much as did the home, Present Indicatton are that the Ynt
rule question. In all the arguwments o,1 utput Of 'toldt MsAson wfl
the example and prooable attitude. -f ~1 that of lsat year by from $1,000
the United States will figure largely. O00 to $3,00000. A moral wave h
The opponents of the scheme point Out Ai -1et in proe fr.sot time, re-
that the comparative Immunity of t pt la a gro t attering of gtm-
Amerlean from taxation precludes hi ,
prosperity- under protection being ap'
plicable to- the BrItisher, who, as eveon Edwards WIns Old Estate.
the government organ admits. is al. Jak 4n, M4as., May 30.-'.L 0. Ed-
ready so heavily taxed that the IGtal warda, ptmater of Jackson, Wha et
years of protection, with higher priced with a are streak of luck. In the
foo, wUeld be a severe straen on baim d, s before the war his father owned
and po ly create bitter distsfaer the ZtdwAr4s house, jaecsa's lea1itng


Qon among the poorer elas.es,
SKYSCRAAPING TOWE-R.
New York To Have One Taller The"
Washington Monument.
NOw York, May SO--*-A tower aboit
00 feet Nhigr than Weablntoen xnob
ktknt I part of the plams tor the Tw."
mal the New Yort ct rathsuai
Sto Udoa and arnd te *ti* ci
the Gra*d Citral statlo t ortyl0r




odssous :arman owr leow


noea, trading the property for a plasu
t*ot ^4 oulsana,| The audity of
tb 1tl was questoiaed, 1nd after the
a 4O heir of tbhe estate abandoned
al cleaJa Tme thtiO" bs recently been
ven o s hir tbs W IhRdwgrds sai bhi two deters
bad4 hewenl^ heIs to a plantation
*i Potlt COcupee Wsaish Serth P0,000,
Farmers We Otini4 -Oi MtJJ.
1DalUbP OehM, $ I0y p,*v ~ epiern$
s ao foot aaos t*tx tfasrdsh o tr La
rha otnty to'eetabasebe ooperavtlwe
tton ~ w *iif.-^^; Ietmer, os e
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L 1011 Ata ouMMn ufU1, OSt 01t op%
Sp*ka, the tr'acks* are covered. The
Sweater is over the first floori of the
buaineMss huliset at St. Mary's. The
tracks of the Union Pacific west of To.
pO a aro uuder 2 feet of water in umeay
places between here and Watmego."
The antPa elae t unable to pass
Ljakeview on Lhe mal line.

RIVERS ARE RECEDING.

Flood SItuation In Dee Moines Valley
Improved.
DfO Moines, lowa, May 30- From, all
over tkh state come reports to tb e*f-
feet ttht the rivers ae receding and
that further danger from flQode' has
passed. In the )De Miones valley from
Dplrit tAke to the Missourt river the
entre bottoms wreo severod with war
ter and thbo damage to the cor crop
Is Inastlmshle.
In Yort Dodge, Bolne, Madrid, Ottim,
Wa, Aft 1400 homte have been Imun-
d.tetd by the wiueM. la De, Moies
ak le th damaSe will rres W600,O
000. l 'oIuth D Mo* e, th bat'o
toWe present a sold 40M of water.
with house dotted iwte ai". there,
sonse turned over e otheIm wJth their
chttiumoo peeping bove the Water ltnte
Thbo rler reIaeadnts highet polAt 4-
t o'clock (i morning.
Thrie-tn Peot Hou Wh.. Torelf.
Cuosle, tfen-, May Sw~-Ity off
auo i4 ave w ed s thr't tt t
Ztty's nipox (Ms tboss. "t 4Si *`

bqt $M east of t*Mwv w Pon
W b-d tf tt t. rrsv 0he


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ROARING TORRENTS

ARE KANSAS RIVERS,

Plool Situation In State Is
Most SerioRu,
HUNDREDS RCiNDEREID HOMELESS

Bridges Swept Away, Railway Tracks
Submerged, Telephco Lines Down
andThousands of Acres Covered with
Water-Heavy Rainfalls Continue.
Kana" City, MN., May 30.-Nearly
four inches of rain fell In portions ot
Kalnaae last night, td ready hauktful atiram and rendering
the flood in that state most sorlous.
Tdtiay It is still rilin-iig fi ntlany pints
an further rainfall, which is oertain tO re-
sutilt in enornious duuluawe awnd to cause
the moot hsorous floods perhaps la the
hiatory of the state,
Addld to Lhe ioueral diml ae In
bridges wawhed out, railway tracks
eutrbiniergedi and tiouttu,&i of acrtt of
bottom land covered, tm reported last
night, today hundred of telegraph
poles are deowi rt*d telegrraphis c~~l -
rounication w.ithi ltany IM)itiita I shut
etY. Th1 trains arot djoltaytl in every
direction and on Seovoral lines traffic
iS I alim4jt (ntlrely att a standstill. The
hosviost 'ail of ra.le last night, was in
the northern half of Katnsaa, At Con-
cotidda it amounted to 8.78 inches; at
Daker. 2:38; at Coriuto, 2:80 and at
Osago City 1:63.
In Kansas City the Missourt river Is
bankful and still rsintg ttd4 already
haN caused great damage to business
houate anid oLther jroporty In the hbot-
i tonls anid along the KAW river Web't
from Its month atl Kansa City,, )KAIs.,
Stlihe lowvland for liffl a are tinder- wnw
ter, hundreds of finillles hfavi been
rendered homeless a nd thousands of
Satres of girain aro undor water.

MANY TRAINS TIED UP.

Floods Have Greatly Disorganized Rail-
road Traffic.
Toipokea, Kans., May 30),-ATho floods
have c oni)1let.ely ilisoorganizod' trans-
lportation In Kanas. ('onoral Super-
ilDtendent Kruger, of the IRock llatwi,
said today:
"Our system t ln a deplorable enn-
dithon. Th.- doradoo rivor is tied up
at this polnt, four trains at Macilar-
land/ and one at Wichlta, Another
traft la tlhd.d up .otnr where on the Hor.
ripigton blanr h. The wires are ntoarly
all, wown. Only the St Joseph line
to Topclun is worklg,. At Keats a
cloudburat at Mindulght put the town
un,',.r thrne feet of water.- The Union
i vfltlc system in In little better condl-
I Le.. I A* f.. ii,...- it h 0 tifi LfJi 0% TI,.